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He who opens this treasure chest will 
find a stdre of memories, each a gem cf 
priceless worth. For him they will never 
lose their value, but become more precious 
as year follows year. Just as a jewel reflects 
the light that is flashed upon it, so will each 
page reflect the light of golden days. 

Let this chest of treasures be for him 
more than a mere collection of flashing 
baubles. Each is mellow with a deeper 
meaning, because each represents the po- 
tential power of men and women about to 
take their places in a world greatly in need 
of assurance. Life, like the gem, has myr- 
iad surfaces. Let the one who opens this 
chest look to the inner depths of the real 
source of beauty. 



Foreword 




Before the rough gem 

becomes a thing of 

dazzling symmetry, it 

must pass through 

many hands which 

plan, cut and polish 

it: so it is with our 

lives. All with whom we come in contact aid in fashioning 

and directing the shape of our characters. The perfect gem 

comes from the hands of a sure and precise craftsman. Such a 

man is Dr. William Finch, who has guided our thinking along 

worthy planes. To him we respectfully dedicate this treasure 

chest. 



Dedication 



1 




Shirley Morris 



Dear Shirley, 

Remember me? I'm the girl who lives four doors down from 
your old room. This is a foolish way to start a letter, and yet, there 
is much I've wanted to tell you, and now the only way I can is by 
writing a letter. 

We weren't the closest of friends. In fact, I didn't know you 
well enough, but how I treasure the moments we spent together! 
You see, you gave me, unknowingly, a gift that theretofore I had 
never received: the gift of courage. Oh, I don't mean that I had 
any complexes. What I'm trying to say is that you had the cour- 
age of fight against all of life's major as well as minor tragedies. 
It wasn't that you ever mentioned courage to me, for you didn't; 
it was your everyday manner that made me aware of your tre- 
mendous resources. 

Now your room is empty and I no longer have you as my 
guide — at least, not as an earthly guide. Our talks, Shirley, 
have been discontinued, but I shall always remember your hum- 
anness and "spunk." 

It's odd the way people will wait until it is too late to pay 
tribute to one who deserves it. I'm one of them, but I feel that 
perhaps you might know about this letter, and understand it. 
I pray that this might be. I thank you immeasurably for letting 
me know you, Shirley, and for giving to me, (and I was not the 
only one), enough strength of character with which to face my 
tomorrows with self-respect. This you've done to me by being, 
forever in my heart and in the hearts of all who knew you, Shir- 
ley Morris. 

As always, 
Your friend. 



In Memoriam 



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Administration Building 




Cody Memorial Library 




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Mood Hall 



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West Gymnasium 



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Science Building 



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Laura Kuykendall Hall 



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Odds and Ends 



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Snyder Hall 
President's Home 



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Sneed Hall 




Sneed Hall 



Model of Proposed Campus 

of 
The Greater Southwestern 



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DR. J. N. R. SCORE 
President of Southwestern University 



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DR. OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

DEAN OF FACULTY 

Professor of Psychology 



DR. HENRY E. MEYER 

DEAN OF MUSIC 

Professor of Piano, Organ and Theory 




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RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 
DEAN OF WOMEN 
Professor of English 



DR. RAYMOND E. MENDENHALL 

DEAN OF MEN 
Assistant Professor of Education 




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Carl W. Berquist 

Assistant Professor of 
Bible and History 



Bob M. Brown 

Instructor in Physics 

Elizabeth F. Brown 

Assistant Professor of 
Violin, Theory and 
Public School Music 



John V. Berglund 

Associate Professor of 
Bible 



Kenneth Enochs 

Fellow in Chemistry 



Horace R. Blank 

Associate Professor of 
Geology and Mineralogy 




Mary Elizabeth Fox 

Assistant Professor of 
Journalism 



Clyde Boren 

Assistant Professor of 
English 

Iola Bowden 

Instructor in Piano 
and Theory 



Abraham P. Friesen 

Associate Professor of 
Physics 




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Faculty 





Gaddis Geeslin 

Assistant Professor of 
Art 



Eunice C. Geppart 

Assistant Professor of 
English 



Frederick E. Gaupp 

Assistant Professor of 
History and Government 

John C. Godbey 

Professor of Chemistry 



George C. Hester 

Professor of History 
and Government 



Helmuth Hermann 

Assistant Professor of 
Speech and Drama 



Claud Howard 

Professor of English 



Jack L. Gillum 

Instructor in Speech 
and Drama 



Roxie Hagopian 

Associate Professor of 
Voice 

B. F. Jackson 

Associate Professor of 
Religious Education 





Faculty 



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Ralph W. Jones 

Associate Professor of 
Music; Director of 
University Orchestra 



Frank E. Luksa 

Associate Professor of 
Sociology 

Elizabeth Lundblad 

Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration 
and Economics 




Louise Eilgore 

Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education 



Frederick Lenz 

Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages 



Randolph M. Medley 

Director of Athletics; 
Associate Professor of 
Physical Education 



Ludwig Merzbach 

Instructor in 
Foreign Languages 




Mali Lenz 

Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages 

Eugene Lott 

Instructor in Business 
Administration 



Rosemary Millholin 

Instructor in Physical 
Education 




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Faculty 





Lucy Belle Morgan 

Instructor in Foreign 
Languages 

H. C. Sivells 

Assistant Professor 
Of Biology 



Francis Smith 

Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education; 
Assistant Coach 




William M. Patterson 

Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages 



Harriet H. Smith 

Instructor in Chemistry 



John D. Richards 

Associate Professor of 
Music Education; Directo: 
of Chorus 



George Rouser 

Instructor in Biology 



Bertha Smyers 

Assistant Professor of 
Home Economics 



Elinor Smith 

Instructor in Home 
Economics 

Roland Angus Springer 

Associate Professor of 
Speech and Drama 




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Faculty 



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Alexander Stacey 

Associate Professor of 
Philosophy 



Ralph Whitmore 

Assistant Professor of 
Physics 

Mary Elizabeth Wilcox 

Assistant Professor of 
Astronomy and 
Meteorology 




Edmund Steelman 

Associate Professor of 
Bible; University 
Chaplain 



Luther J. Waggoner 

Associate Professor of 
History and Church 
History 



Myron L. Williams 

Professor of Business 
Administration and 
Economics 



Mary Kay Wise 

Fellow in Music 




Harvey Watts 

Associate Professor of 
Religion 

Jesse Whitselle 

Assistant Professor of 
Art 



Sara M. Wright 

University Nurse 
Instructor in Physical 
Education 




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Faculty 



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Ella Hughes Smith 

Head Matron 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 




William Carrington Finch 

Administrative Assistant 
Professor of Bible 

Pearl A. Neas 

Registrar: Director of 
the Correspondence 
Department 



Faculty 



M. Howard Knox 

Executive Secretary of 
Ex-Students' Assoc. 
Director of Public 
Relations 



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Shirley Blount 

Secretary to Dean of Men 
and Dean of Women 



Marguerite Dolan 

Secretary to the 
Business Manager 

Ilse Gaupp 

Director of the 
Bindery 




Maude nelas 

Librarian 



Faye Jackson 

Library Assistant 



Beulah H. Bridges 

Assistant Matron 
Laura Kuykendall Hall 

Margaret H. Cornwell 

Matron 
Mood Hall 



Lillie T. Cooper 

Assistant Registrar 



Joe Vv. Davis 

Auditor 



Betty Knox 

Secretary to the 
Registrar 




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Ruth Kennedy 

Secretary 



Gwen Robberson 

Secretary to Dean 

Cathryn Rodgers 

Secretary to the 
President 



Marjorie McKeithen 

Veterans Housing Clerk 



Bobbie Roberts 

Bookkeeper 

Janett M. Reynolds 

Assistant Matron 
Snyder Hall 




John R. Martin 

University Physician 

Johanna Olander 

Dietitian 
Mood Hall 



Jean Mitchell 

Receptionist 

Louise I. Radar 

Cashier 



Margaret Williams 

Assistant Matron 
Laura Kuykendall Hall 





David Self 

President 




Barbara James 

Secretary 



Weldon Mays 

Vice-President 




Class 



Officers 



Freshmen 



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Abbott, Libby Abendroth, Bert 

Beaumont, Texas Thompsons, Texas 








Albritten, Reed 

Kerens, Texas 


Alexander, Robert D. 

San Antonio, Texas 


Allison, Andy 

San Antonio, Texas 






Anderson, Melba Dean 

Big Spring, Texas 


Anderson, Quentin 

Thrall, Texas 


Armstrong, Louis 

Chicago, Illinois 


Avant, James 

Dilley, Texas 


Ayres, William 

Fort Worth, Texas 


Baker, B. Stewart 

Houston, Texas 






Baker, C. W., Jr. 

Dale, Texas 


Baker, Dewey Mack 

Winters, Texas 


Barber, Dorothy 

Houston, Texa c 







Bass, Unarles Elmer 

Holland, Texas 




Bass, Frank Myron 

Cuero, Texas 




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Freshmen 




Bertram, Charles Wm. 

Damon, Texas 



Beckman. Raymond W. 

Weir, Texas 

Birkelbach. Joyce 

Houston, Texas. 



Bell. Jerry Deane 

Houston, Texas 

Bisbey. Robert 

Galveston, Texas 



Benson, C. A.. Jr. 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Blake, George 

Galveston, Texas 




Bigon, Johnny 

Granger, Texas 



Blocksom, Clara Mae 

Roswell, New Mexico 

Boone, L. A.. Jr. 

Temple, Texas 



Blomquist, Milton 

Taylor, Texas 

Boozer, Aubrey P. 

Houston, Texas 



Blount, L. A., Jr. 

Palestine, Texas 

Boriski, Ray Martin 

Houston, Texas 



Bohac. Dorothy Marie 

Granger, Texas 




Freshmen 



32 




Brack, Douglas 

Austin, Texas 

Breeding, W. Jerry 

Fort Worth, Texas 



Brandt, Edward 

Elgin, Texas 

Brennan, R. F. 

Waterbury, Conn. 



Brazil, Jesse Pat 

Lometa, Texas 

Brigman, George Henry- 
Uvalde, Texas 



Briscoe, Bobbie Ann 

Alvin, Texas 

Bryant, Jane 

San Angelo, Texas 



Broadwell, Alice 

Houston, Texas 



Brown, Doris Ann 

Rocksprings, Texas 



Bunton, Beverly Jean Burgoyne, Mary Jeanne 

Marfa, Texas San Antonio, Texas 




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Burkhardt, H. D. Burney, Dan 

Corpus Christi, Texas Fort Worth, Texas 






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Freshmen 





Butler, Martha Byron, James Stiles 

Karnes City, Texas Georgetown, Texas 



Burnham, lack W. 

San Saba, Texas 



Burns, J. D. 

Holland, Texas 



Burton, Carol 

Lockhart, Texas 



Cabron, E. L. 

Waelder, Texas 



Cameron, Eugenia 

Houston, Texas 



Cannon. Barbara 

Henderson, Texas 



Cavitt, Sheridan 

Bartlett, Texas 



Cayard, Wallace 

Port Neches, Texas 




Cany. Howard 

Laredo, Texas 

Chafin, Mary Louise 

Georgetown, Texas 



Carter, Robert J. 

Luling, Texas 

Chafin, Oney 

Georgetown, Texas 



Carney, J. W. 

Midlothian, Texas 

Charles, John Davis 

Rockdale, Texas 




Freshmen 



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Charles, Reginald 

Rockdale, Texas 



Chudej, Eugen Robert Clark, Dorothy Jane 

Yoakum, Texas Laredo, Texas 

Coleman, Mary Margaret Cook, Mary Nell 

Conroe, Texas Big Spring, Texas 



Clayton, W. J. 

Corsicana, Texas 

Crownover, Larry 

San Antonio, Texas 



Cullen, Jerry 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Curry, Betty 

Marlin, Texas 



Culpepper, Kathryn 

Clarkwood, Texas 

Daniel, E. B. 

Florence, Texas 



Cummins, Rena 

Palestine, Texas 

Dare, Milton King 

Robstown, Texas 





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Davison, D. C. Deckard, Blanche M. 

Texas City, Texas Springfield, Missouri 




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Freshmen 





Deschner, Reinhart 

Gonzales, Texas 



Dibrell, John 

Rocksprings, Texas 



Deckard, M. Frances 

Springfield, Missouri 

Dickens, Adele 

Burnet, Texas 



Dent, Roy Monroe 

Timpson, Texas 

Dickerson, Scott 

Bay City, Texas 



Deschner, Henry 

Gonzales, Texas 

Dickinson, C. H. 

Catulla, Texas 



Dolan, Patricia 

Georgetown, Texas 



Dougherty, Jack B. 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




Dismuke, J. B., Jr. 

Floresville, Texas 

Drake, Robert 

Edna, Texas 



Ditterline. luanita 

Wink, Texas 

Dyer, Robert Harris 

Henderson, Texas 



Dobbs, Billy Don 

Palestine, Texas 

Edens, Maurice 

Houston, Texas 




Freshmen 



36 




Ellett, Mildred 

Houston, Texas 



Fabian, Harold Frank 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




Feagin, Robert D. 

Houston, Texas 

Fernandez, Margie 

Beacon, New York 



Ferguson, Marjorie 

Leesville, Louisiana 

Finley, Frank E. 

Austin, Texas 



Ferguson, Robert M. 

Leesville, Louisiana 

Fischer, Joseph F. 

Fairfield, Texas 



Fisher, June 

Utopia, Texas 

Folse, Parker 

Beaumont, Texas 



Flynn, Jimmy 

Temple, Texas 

Fontaine, Joy 

Cameron, Texas 



Flynt, Hugh 

Ferris, Texas 

Forson, Abbie 

Taylor, Texas 



Foster, John Wood 

San Antonio, Texas 




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Freshmen 




Foster, Rebecca 

Hunt, Texas 

Giles, Dorothy 

Temple, Texas 



Franz, Clayton Gager. Scottie 

Fredericksburg, Texas Port Arthur, Texas 



Foster, Rosanne 

Bryan, Texas 

Gilmore, Jimmy 

McGregor, Texas 



Foster, William C. 

Cuero, Texas 

Glendenning, Margaret 

McAllen, Texas 



Goethe. George Arthur 

Jacksonville, Texas 



Goril, Robert B. 

Chicago, Illinois 



Gunter. June Hackleman, Betty 

San Angelo, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas 



Gorrell, Gordon R. 

Kerrville, Texas 

Halbert, Sammie 

Beaumont, Texas 



Gray, Marvin Griffin, E. B. 

West Columbia, Texas Brownsville, Texas 





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Freshmen 



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Hall, Hollis O'Neal 

Belton, Texas 



Hall, Jeanette 

Bryan, Texas 

Hammond, Mac 

Burnet, Texas 



Hamblin, Charline 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Hamilton, Clayton 

Sonora, Texas 



Hamner, Philip Ellis Hardin, Franklin Mae 

San Antonio, Texas Llano, Texas 



Hardin, Nell Harmer, John William 

West Columbia, Texas Bay City, Texas 



Harris, Waldo Boyd 

San Benito, Texas 



Hart, Andrew P. 

Jasper, Texas 



Harnest, Charley P. 

San Antonio, Texas 

Hartley, Billy James 

San Saba, Texas 



Hatley, Jonell 
Port Arthur, Texas 




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Freshmen 



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Heckman, William 

Burnet, Texas 




Hersh, Cecil S. 

Elizabeth, New Jersey 



Hayman, C. A. 

Salisbury, Maryland 

Hobbs. Joyce 

Conroe, Texas 



Hays. Pope Langham Hearne. Leo Charles 

San Angelo, Texas San Antonio, Texas 

Hoffpauir. Joseph Hollingsworth, Beverly 

Montgomery, Texas Houston, Texas 



Holloway, Henry 

Hondo, Texas 

Hunt, Albert 

Gregory, Texas 



Hopkins, Joseph 

Corsicana, Texas 

Hunt, Marjorie 

Angleton, Texas 



Huggins, William 

Fabens, Texas 

Hunt, Shirley Mae 

Harlingen, Texas 



Huie, Sherman 

Eden, Texas 



Hulburd, Merritt 

Philadelphia, Pa 





Freshmen 



40 





Hunt, Van Brown Huston, Jack Harold 

Conroe, Texas Henderson, Texas 



Hyde. Charlotte Fay James, Barbara James, Blair 

Silsbee, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas 

Jefferson, Joseph Jefferson, William Jennings, Joe 

Chester, Pennsylvania Chester, Pennsylvania San Antonio, Texas 



Joiner, Lemuel Henry Jones, Lloyd Wayne Jordan, Jo Ann 

San Saba, Texas West Columbia, Texas San Antonio, Texas 



Kennedy, Billy Wayne Kidd, Mary Ruth 

Carlsbad, New Mexico Houston, Texas 



Kiker, Orbie R. 

Rotan, Texas 




Kilbourn, Herschel 

Raymondville, Texas 




Kimbro, Billy 

Conroe, Texas 



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Freshmen 




Kirsch, Barbara Koenig, Stanley H. 

Houston, Texas Marlin, Texas 



King, Betty 

Smithville, Texas 

Kopecky, Daniel F. 

Granger, Texas 



Kingery, Samuel 

Denair, Texas 

Lacy, Betty 

Galveston, Texas 



Kirby, Frank 

San Antonio, Texas 

Landers, Louise 

San Antonio, Texas 



Landrum, Lawrence Lane. William Elbert Lang, Betty Jane 

Galveston, Texas Mt. Pleasant, Texas Galveston, Texas 

Leak, William H. Leatherwood, Harold Leazar. Marshall 

Larchmont, New York West Columbia, Texas Fredericksburg, Texas 



Langton, George E. Laws, Marjorie 

Georgetown, Texas Lufkin, Texas 




Freshmen 



42 




Lee, Billy Miles Lee. Oliver Jesse 

Georgetown, Texas Georgetown, Texas 



Leeson, John Thomas 

Abilene, Texas 

Lewis, Jimmie Anfosso 

Luling, Texas 



Leeves, Jerry 

Naples, Texas 

Lindsay, C. R. 

Granger, Texas 



Levay, John 

Annapolis, Maryland 

Lockey, Edwin Morris 

Palestine, Texas 



Loggins, Billy Gene 

Marlin,' Texas 

Lovett, Birdie 

Houston, Texas 



Longoria, Lynda 

Brownsville, Texas 

Lundgren, Edwin 

Elgin, Texas 



Love, William 

Galveston, Texas 

Lundquist, Richard 

Georgetown, Texas 



Lynn, Frank Odell 

Floresville, Texas 




McCoin, Jean 

Waco, Texas 




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Freshmen 




McDurmitt, Jack McGee. M. Harper 

San Angelo, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas 



McCune, Alan 

Houston, Texas 

Mclntyre, Thomas 

Navasota, Texas 



McDonald, Harold G. 

Lometa, Texas 

McKinney, Clyde 

Sweeney, Texas 



McDonald, William 

Hillsboro, Texas 

McLean, Ruelene 

Georgetown, Texas 



McLennan, Nita Lou 

Cayuga, Texas 

Maddoux, Howard 

Eden, Texas 



McLure, Dorothy 

Dallas, Texas 

Manley, John J. 

Bertram, Texas 



McMahon, Frances Jo 

San Antonio, Texas 

Mann, William O. 

Brady, Texas 



McQuillen, William Mackenzie, Nancy 

Yoakum, Texas Houston, Texas 




Freshmen 



44 




Manning, Philip 

Rusk, Texas 



Matthews, Kenneth Maurice, Robert May, Quindell Edward 

Houston, Texas Albuquerque, N. Mexico Kerens, Texas 



May, Warren Rollen 

Waco, Texas 



Mays, Weldon Dallas 

Texarkana, Texas 



Mays, William Eldon 

Texarkana, Texas 



Medley, Gwyndolyn 

San Angelo, Texas 

Moore, Joe D. 

Fort Worth, Texas 



Michael, George 

Houston, Texas 

Morris, Rosemary 

Longview, Texas 



Monkhouse, Chailes 

Hondo, Texas 

Morris, Shirley 

Bryan, Texas 




Morton, Bobby Moscona, Nissini 

Beaumont, Texas Mexico City, Mexico 




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Naugle, Betty Jean 

Saginaw, Texas 



Nixen, Charles 

Shaunee, Oklahoma 



Munson, Shirley 

Georgetown, Texas 

Norwood, John Martin 

Carizo Springs, Texas 



Muske, Jeanne 

Victoria, Texas 

O'Hara, Jim E. 

Fort Worth, Texas 



Nagle, Herman Kyle 

Edna, Texas 

Oliphint. Marjorie 

Huntsville, Texas 



O'Neill, Peggy Joyce 

Georgetown, Texas 

Parr, Ann 

Bryan, Texas 



Owens, Mary Alyce 

George West, Texas 

Patrick, Jeanne 

Georgetown, Texas 



Pagel, Warren Kenneth 

Gonzales, Texas 

Patrick, Thomas 

Georgetown, Texas 



Parkin, Patricia 

Houston, Texas 





Freshmen 



46 




Patterson, Dean W. 

Donna, Texas 




Peavey, Robert M. 

Houston, Texas 



Peebles, Gloria 

Beaumont, Texas 

Peterson. Althea 

Houston, Texas 



Peeler. Ben 

Dallas, Texas 

Phillips, Basil A. 

Dallas, Texas 



Perry. Virginia 

Harlingen, Texas 

Piland, Charles H. 

San Antonio, Texas 



Piper, John A. 

Burnet, Texas 

Pridgeon, Jolly 

San Saba, Texas 



Piatt, John Wesley 

San Antonio, Texas 

Priest, Henry Odell 

Florence, Texas 



Potter, Raymond E. 

Lake Villa, Illinois 

Priest, Noel Ray 

Florence, Texas 



Pry, Guy Earl 

Anahuac, Texas 




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Rainwater, Wayne 

Calvert, Texas 



Pyle. Roy Edwin 

Tomball, Texas 

Reed, Frances Helen 

Pasadena, Texas 



Radar, Paul 

Georgetown, Texas 

Reed, Roberta 

Holland, Texas 



Rainey. Gilbert 

Patoka, Texas 

Reta, Felix 

Taylor, Texas 



Rivet, Bettye 

Beaumont, Texas 



Robberson, Timothy 

Dallas, Texas 




Reyes, Ruben 

Crystal City, Texas 

Roberts, Sidney 

Crawford, Texas 



Reynolds, Harold W. 

McAllen, Texas 



Ritchie, James 

Galveston, Texas 



Robinson, Billy Glenn Roeder, Don Ramsay 

Mt. Pleasant, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas 




Freshmen 



48 




Rogers, Marie 

Georgetown, Texas 




Rouser, lames D. 

Georgetown, Texas 



Scherer, Bernice Schmidt, Rolan 

Fredericksburg, Texas Fredericksburg, Texas 



Schultz, Fannie 

Boerne, Texas 



Schulze, Henry 

Brenham, Texas 



Rowe, James Grant 

McAllen, Texas 

Russell, James C. 

San Antonio, Texas 

Schnitz, Lewis 

Floresville, Texas 

Schwarzer. Bess 

Austin, Texas 



Runk, Charles Ernest Rupp, Margaret 

Alice, Texas Falfurrias, Texas 



Salyer, Jack W. 

Brownwood, Texas 



Scarbrough, J. R. 

Houston, Texas 



Seale, E. Y. 

San Antonio, Texas 




Self, David 

Hearne, Texas 




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Freshmen 




Selkirk, Cora Ellen 

Odessa, Texas 

Smith. George Ann 

Taylor, Texas 



Shelley, J. Charles 

Rogers, Texas 

Smith, Gladys 

Hargill, Texas 



Shires, J. D. 

Georgetown, Texas 

Smith, Kate Marion 

Livingston, Texas 



Smith, Betty Gene 

Bay City, Texas 



Smith, Laura Camille 

Gurdon, Arkansas 

Snowden. Carol 

Elgin, Texas 



Smith, Patricia Ruth 

Wallace, Idaho 

Sorenson, Richard 

Delmar, Iowa 



Smith, Shelley 

Georgetown, Texas 

Stanley, Warren G. 

Cullomburg, Alabama 



Snipes, lack Clinton Snoddy, Louis 

San Antonio, Texas Beaumont, Texas 



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Freshmen 



50 




Stansell, Joe Wade 

Killeen, Texas 



Switzer, Fred Smith 

Cuero, Texas 

Thompson, Ira Lloyd 

Cotulla, Texas 



Taylor, Harry Lay 

Georgetown, Texas 

Townsend, Mayes 

Liberty Hill, Texas 



Stebbins, Russell 

Omaha, Nebraska 



Steel, Helen Jean Stevens, Dan K. 

Galveston, Texas West Columbia, Texas 



Stewart, Mary Sue Stonecipher, Donald Sturman, Joan Dell 

Raymondville, Texas Houston, Texas San Antonio, Texas 

Taylor, Jack 

El Campo, Texas 

Tracy, Julius A. 

Dallas, Texas 



Treuthardt. John L. Trout, Ethel Belle 

Georgetown, Texas Texas City, Texas 





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Freshmen 








Vern, Myriam Ann 

Houston, Texas 



Wakefield, Jamie Sue 

Bryan, Texas 



Turner. Carrie Jane 

Cuero, Texas 

Walcher. Floyd John 

Houston, Texas 



Utley, John 

Highland Falls, N. Y. 

Wallace, Ralph 

Houston, Texas 



Venable. LaHoma 

Angleton, Texas 

Walsh, Clarence 

Round Rock, Texas 



Warren, Avard Cawood Webb, Mary Lynn 

Salado, Texas Elgin, Texas 




Walton, Grady 

Blanco, Texas 

Whitley. Floyd 

Temple, Texas 



Walton, John Wesley 

Blanco, Texas 

Wiemers, W. R. 

Temple, Texas 



Ward. Barbara 

San Saba, Texas 

Wilkerson, Peggy 

Fredericksburg, Texas 




Freshmen 



52 




Wilkinson, George 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Wilson. Barbara Jo 

Quail, Texas 

Wilson, Jesse 

Fort Worth, Texas 



Wilson, Clifton Donza 

Marlin, Texas 

Wilson, Hilry C. 

Round Rock, Texas 



Wilson, Kendrick 

Bay City, Texas 

Wilson, Yvonne 

Silsbee, Texas 



Winslow, Grover C. 

Cullomburg, Alabama 

Wood, Joan Bernice 

Georgetown, Texas 



Wittenbach, JoNell 

Harlingen, Texas 



Wommack, Mitchell 

Palestine, Texas 



Wood, Wilbur Russell Yeaman, John Francis 

San Antonio, Texas Laredo, Texas 




Zaccaria, Attilio Zachary, Donald Ray 

Oakville, Connecticut Oklahoma City, Okla. 




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Nettie Ruth Brucks 

Secretary 



George Bradley 

President 



Pat McNallen 

Vice-President 




Class 



Officers 



Sophomores 



60 




Allbright, Joseph 

Tyler, Texas 



Alley, Mary Kathryn 

Eagle Lake, Texas 

Bailey, Mrs. Mabel 

Gatesville, Texas 



Anderson, Harry L. 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Bain, Betty 

San Antonio, Texas 



Arnold/ Jean 

San Antonio, Texas 

Barfield, Josephine 

Hebbronville, Texas 



Barkley, Betty 

Houston, Texas 

Bass, Samuel Owen 

Beaumont, Texas 



Barkley, Jean Proctor 

Houston, Texas 

Bean, E. Carew Jr. 

Houston, Texas 



Bass, Kenneth Edward 

Holland, Texas 

Beane, Lois 

Eagle Lake, Texas 



Bell, Elmina 

Gregory, Texas 




Bethea, Frances S. 

Wharton, Texas 




61 



Sophomores 



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Bosse, Ernest 

Brenham, Texas 



Bossy, Patricia Ann 

San Antonio, Texas 



Betts, Bill 

Whorton, Texas 

Bounds, Lloyd D. 

Hondo, Texas 



Black, Helen Earle 

Georgetown, Texas 

Bradbury, Dorothy 

Kilgore, Tex*as 



Blackford, Kenneth 

Waco, Texas 

Bradley, George 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Bradley, Mary Louise 

Dallas, Texas 

Byfield, Molly Jean 

Llano, Texas 



Brewer, La Jean 

Dallas, Texas 

Carlson, Wallace 

Georgetown, Texcs 



Brucks, Nettie Ruth 

Robstown, Texas 

Carson, Elaine 

Houston, Texas 



Burnam, Alice Ruth 

Marble Falls, Texas 




Burns. Joseph 

Cuero, Texas 




Sophomores 



62 




Carter. Thomas 

Fort Worth, Texas 



Collier, Maribel 

Houston, Texas 

Cooper, Foster 

Georgetown, Texas 



Cone, Frances 

Rosebud, Texas 

Crooke, Eva Janet 

Conroe, Texas 



Chadwick, Sue 

Center, Texas 

Cobb, Ben Wilson 

Calvert, Texas 

Cooper, Bettye Faye 

Houston, Texas 

Crow, Bettye Lou 

Port Arthur, Texas 



Chadwick, Charles W. Chambers, Frank Wilson 

Fort Worth, Texas Star City, Arkansas 

Cocke, Helen Theresa Coleman, Robert Emerson 

Georgetown, Texas Dallas, Texas 




Cunningham, Carolyn Davidson, Elizabeth Ann 

Houston, Texas Houston, Texas 




63 



Sophomores 




Davidson, Roger E. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



Davis, Dawn Marie 

San Antonio, Texas 



DeSirey, Donald Bate Dietz. Edwin C. 

Clinton, Iowa Fredricksburg, Texas 



Davis, Geneva Marie 

Houston, Texas 

Dimmitt, Beulah Mae 

Houston, Texas 




Davis, Oran Leland 

Lelia Lake, Texas 



Dent, Ouida Mae 

Timpson, Texas 



Dittmar, Victor Herman Dodd. Mary Ella Duncan. Wallace W. 

Doss, Texas Dallas, Texas Alpine, Texas 

Durdin, Betty Jo Earhart, Joan Laverne Eimann, William B. 

Beaumont, Texas Houston, Texas Brenham, Texas 



Dunnam, Norma Lee 

Fostoria, Texas 



Dupree, Mary Beth 

Lubbock, Texas 





Sophomores 



64 




Elrod, George D 

Houston, Texas 



Etter, Dorothy Wales 

Abilene, Texas 

Forsvall, Clarence 

Georgetown, Texas 



Feller, Verlon Eli 

San Benito, Texas 

Frilen, Barbara 

Dallas, Texas 



Fletcher, Mary Frances 

Harper, Texas 

Fuller, Vemon Luther 

Houston, Texas 



Furlong, Nalette 

Houston, Texas 

Gambrell, John B. 

Austin, Texas 



Gaida, Edward J. 

Granger, Texas 

Giffen, Larry A. 

Temple, Texas 



Gailey, Jo Ann 

San Antonio, Texas 

Gilliam, L. Camp 

Floresville, Texas 




Greathouse, Claude Wade 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




65 



Sophomores 





Hahn, Dorothy 

Fredricksburg, Texas 



Hahn, Lester 

Fredricksburg, Texas 



Green, Dana Sid 

Marble Falls, Texas 

Hahn, Warren 

Fredricksburg, Texas 



Grimes. Virginia Rose 

Temple, Texas 

Hamric, Ben 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Guinn, Bert 

Pharr, Texas 

Hanna, William H. 

Jasper, Texas 

Hanson. Rox Ann 

Houston, Texas 

Henderson, Dorothy 

Beaumont, Texas 



Hardgrave, Shirley 

Palestine, Texas 

Henry, Roy Larkin 

Hearne, Texas 



Hardin, Mima Jean 

Bryan, Texas 

Hill, Robert Lewis 

Groesbeck, Texas 



Harrell, George F. Heacock, Richard L. 

Houston, Texas Llano, Texas 




Sophomores 



66 




House, Dwight Ray 

Artesia, New Mexico 




Howell, John R 

Houston, Texas 



Hudler, Robert Lee 

Victoria, Texas 

Kenley, Glen 

Coleman, Texas 



Jackson, Olive Lee 

Harlingen, Texas 

Kern, Jane 

Palestine, Texas 



Jonas, James Robert 

Van, Texas 

King, Floyd Dale 

Georgetown, Texas 



Kirby, Marie Yvonne 

Beaumont, Texas 

Kramer, Andrew Fred 

Burton, Texas 



Kirk, Robert Adam 

Lamesa, Texas 

Kowalski, Suzanne 

Kingsville, Texas 



Kirkscey, Tom D. 

Lott, Texas 

Leon, Barbara Carol 

Lubbock, Texas 




Lynch. Richard Charles McBride, Wini Sue 

Hondo, Texas Fredericksburg, Texas 




67 



Sophomores 




McDonald. Harvey J. McDurmitt, Mollie Keyes 

Temple, Texas San Angelo, Texas 



McCollough, Jimmy M. McCormick, Charles 

Hillsboro, Texas Houston, Texas 



McDaniel. Georgia 

Houston, Texas 



McGinnis, Wilmor O. McGuire, Bobbye Nan McNallen, Dale Patrick 

Porters, Texas Mt. Pleasant, Texas Breckenridge, Texas 



McNeely, John Ferman Magruder, Charles 

Henderson, Texas Mexia, Texas 



Martindale, Sue 

Jasper, Texas 



Mendenhall, Mildred Meredith, Lawrence Meyer, Douglas Eugene 

Georgetown, Texas Dallas, Texas Houston, Texas 



Matlock, Julia Medley. Harold David 

San Angelo, Texas Georgetown, Texas 





Sophomores 



68 




Mill, Virginia Lee Miner, Frances 

Eagle Lake, Texas Fort Worth, Texas 



Morris, Joyce M. 

Houston, Texas 

Minnox, Jack 

Holland, Texas 



Moon, Richard B. 

Oakwood, Texas 

Morris, Patsy Earl 
Bastrop, Texas 



Moore, Allen Joe 

Waco, Texas 

Morton, Emory Baker 

Rockwood, Texas 



Moses, J. Roy 

Sinton, Texas 

Pavlas, Albert Joe 

Taylor, Texas 



Parr, Charles A. 

Handley, Texas 

Perkins, Bobbie Fern 

Lampasas, Texas 



Pate. Robert J. 

Woodville, Texas 

Phillips, Mary Earleen 

Junction, Texas 




Puckett, Julia Ruth 

Mineola, Texas 



69 



Sophomores 



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Rhodes, Joyce 

Georgetown, Texas 




Richardson, Perry 

Houston, Texas 



Ragsdale, Oleta 

San Saba, Texas 

Rivet, Homer Gene 

Beaumont, Texas 



Ramey, James Melton Reeves, Mae Yvonne 

Georgetown, Texas San Augustine, Texas 



Roberts, James Cleo 

Kempner, Texas 



Robertson, Travis 

Port Arthur, Texas 

Rondeaux, Martha 

Palestine, Texas 

Schneider, Gladys 

Giddings, Texas 



Ross, George W. 

Jacksonville, Texas 

Scott, Hilton 

Taylor, Texas 



Ruthstrom, Walter 

Houston, Texas 

Soann, Edwin Russell 

San Antonio, Texas 



Scheef, Walter Samuel Schmidt, Evelyn Faye 

Houston, Texas Crosby, Texas 





Spann, Harold Spellman. Norman W. 

Gladewater, Texas Seguin, Texas 




Stanford, David 

Breckenridge, Texas 

Tausend, Ralph Charles 

Houston, Texas 



Stephenson, Charles 

Mt. Pleasant, Texas 

Taylor, Bena Ray 

Junction, Texas 



Stewart, Susie Guye 

Geneva, Texas 

Tegge, Fred Stanley 

Schwertner, Texas 



Tharp, Barbara Lee 

Dallas, Texas 

Tower, John Goodwin 

Wichita Falls, Texas 



Thomas, James Gary 

Anderson, Texas 

Vaughn, Ella Francis 

Bay City, Texas 



Thouin, Wesley Jo 

North Hampton, Mass. 

Vernon, William F. 

Merkel, Texas 



Waits, Caron Richard 

San Antonio, Texas 




Wales, Sidney Ann 

San Antonio, Texas 




71 



Sophomores 



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Weiss. Benjamin 

Goldthwaite, Texas 



Walker, Robert Earl 

Houston, Texas 

Welbom, Jackie Wiley 

Palestine, Texas 



Walton, W. Embrey 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Wells, James A. 

Roscoe, Texas 



Warnock. Mary Flo 

Fort Stockton, Texas 

Wendt. Vivian Marie 

Logansport, Louisiana 

Wiese, Ola Mae 

Lissie, Texas 

Woolls. Grace Ethel 

Hondo, Texas 



Wilkerson, H. Lamar 

Houston, Texas 

Young, Ruth 

Georgetown, Texas 



Williams, Martha Jane 

Alvin, Texas 



Williford, Carl Ed 

Fairfield, Texas 




Sophomores 



72 




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Allen Holley 

President 



Dan Davenport 

Vice-President 



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Officers 



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Juniors 



76 




Armstrong, Doris Ann 

San Antonio, Texas 



Barnes, Mary Nell 

Chester, Texas 

Block, Aleene 

Pt. Neches, Texas 



Bethea, Grace 

Wharton, Texas 

Blount, Mary Eliz. 

Palestine, Texas 



Billo, James D. 

Texas City, Texas 

Brabham, Patricia 

Kerville, Texas 



Bradford, D. T. 

Idalou, Texas 

Carman, Mary Lee 

Price, Texas 



Brendle, Harmon L. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Ceirco. Dorothy J. 

Houston, Texas 



Butler, Edmond F. 

Georgetown, Texas 

Chafin, James 

Georgetown, Texas 



Chafin, Othel V. Chatham, Tom 

Georgetown, Texas Georgetown, Texas 




77 



Juniors 




Cundiff, Hugh C. 

Buffalo, Texas 

Ditterline, Edward 

Wink, Texas 



Daily, Richard 

Temple, Texas 

Dunn, Freda Frances 

Fort Worth, Texas 



Davenport, Dan 

San Antonio, Texas 

Eaton, Glendale M. 

Palestine, Texas 



Derr, Beulah Mae 

Quitman, Texas 



Ebert, Ruth Henrietta 

Seguin, Texas 

Gates. Griffith C. 

Highland Park, N.J. 



Ellis, Anabel 

Robstown, Texas 

Gatlin, William Horace 

Dallas, Texas 



Evans, Dennis Joe 

Blanket, Texas 

Ghiselin, Betty 

Houston, Texas 



Everett, Mark W. Farris, Dorothy Nell 

Georgetown, Texas Georgetown, Texas 





Juniors 



78 




Gordon, Gloria 

Louise, Texas 



Gruenwald, Frances 

Azle, Texas 

Hardison, Ray 

Donie, Texas 



Halloran, Priscilla 

San Antonio, Texas 

Hamric, Bob 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Hamner, John Tod 

Houston, Texas 

Hardt, Annanelle 
San Antonio, Texas 



Hassler, John W. 

Port Neches, Texas 

Hudson, Charlene 

Center, Texas 



Holley. Allen C. 

Georgetown, Texas 

Grafton, Herbert 

Bernice, Louisiana 



Holley, Bemice 

Georgetown, Texas 

Hutchinson, Eugene J. 

Thorndale, Texas 




Jamison, Sara 

Raymondville, Texas 



Kilpatrick, H. W. 

Wolsenburg, Colo 




79 



Juniors 




Koch. Robert William Krentel, Amy Elizabeth 

Granger, Texas Georgetown, Texas 



McClish, John 

Marble Falls, Texas 



MacAUister, Howard Lewis 

Jarrell, Texas 



Mackey. Patricia 

Austin, Texas 



Lenox, Asbury 

Texarkana, Texas 

Marshall, Bill Jack 

Brady, Texas 



Means, Frank L. 

San Antonio, Texas 

Mutschink, Dorthy Lee 

Giddings, Texas 



Merchant, Walter 

Weinert, Texas 

Nolan, Mazie 

Ingleside, Texas 



Moore, Donna 

Georgetown, Texas 

Oglesby, Robert L. 

Hillsboro, Texas 



Munson, lames 

Georgetown, Texas 



Murphy, Joveda 

Pelly, Texas 




Juniors 



80 




Oliphant, Max 

Italy, Texas 



Pennington, Stanley 

Georgetown, Texas 

Ramey, Ernest S. 

Georgetown, Texas 



Peterson, Bob 

Texas City, Texas 

Ransleben, Vincent 

Fredricksburg, Texas 



Pitcock, Louis 

Graham, Texas 

Redkey, Marjorie 

Georgetown, Texas 



Reed, Don Cameron 

Lexington, Texas 

Rosenblad, Ben 

Taylor, Texas 



Rinn, Thomas Monroe 

Yoakum, Texas 

Rosene, Pauline 

Georgetown, Texas 



Rogers, Mildred C. 

Georgetown, Texas 

Ross, Mary Kathryn 

Houston, Texas 



Shaw, David Arthur 

Lovingron, N.M. 




81 



Juniors 




Shipp, Stelloise 

Liberty Hill, Texas 

Switzer, Virginia Ann 

Cuero, Texas 



Sisserson, Kenneth 

Weatherford, Texas 

Tippett, Janice 

Port Arthur, Texas 



Spellman, Louis 

San Antonio, Texas 

Towler. O. K. 

Baytown, Texas 




Stary. Ed 

Yoakum, Texas 



Stratton, Sumner 

Plymouth, Mass. 



Van Orden. Stuart 

Albion, N.Y. 

Wilson, Bettye Jean 

Bay City, Texas 



Wallace, Linda 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Wingert, Gloria Ann 

McAllen, Texas 



Ward, Joycelyn 

San Saba, Texas 

York, Carolyn Ann 

Navasota, Texas 



Whitfield, Betty Lou Wilcox, Robert 

Raymondville, Texas Eagle Lake, Texas 





Juniors 



82 





Bettye Mason 

Secretary 



Ted Bare 

President 



James McCorquodale 

Vice-President 




Class 



Officers 



Seniors 



84 



Bethany, Sue 

Bryan, Texas 
B.A. June 47 
Major: English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 
Pledge Scholarship 

Award 44 
"Librarian '45 
Corresponding Secretary 
Pan Hellenic Council 

Pan-American Forum '43-'44 

Girls Chorus '43-'45 

Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 

Alpha Chi '46-'47 

Sou'Wester Staff 
Assistant Editor '46 
Senior Class Editor '47 



Bryant, Edward J. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
B.S. February '47 
Major: Physics 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 
Freshman President '44 
. "S" Association 

President '45-'46 
Science Society 

Vice-President '45-'46 
Football '44-'45 
Baseball '45-'46 
Assist. Coach '46 





Atkins, J. Noble 

Odessa, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: English 

Independent Organ '45-'47 
Ministerial Assoc. 
President '46-'47 
Alpha Chi '46-'47 
Who's Who '46-'47 
Megaphone Staff '46-'47 
Pan-American Forum '46 
Chapel Choir *46-'47 
Chorus 46-47 
S.C.A. Cabinet 46-47 



Barcus, Marianne 

Abilene, Texas 
B.A. June 47 
Major: Sociology 

Phi Mu Sorority 

Scholarship Award 44 

President 46-47 

Reporter 47 
Alpha Chi 

Secretary 46-47 
Pi Gamma Mu 

Vice-President 46-47 
Women's Pan-Hellenic 

Secretary 
Pan-American Forum 44-47 
Sou'Wester Staff 

Associate Editor 46-47 
Who's Who 47 



Boyd, Elma Lottie Bratton, Morris H. 

Glen Flora, Texas Cleburne, Texas 

B.S. June 47 _ B.S. June 47 

Major: Physical Education Chemistry 




Independent Organ. 

Council 45-47 
Pi Gamma Mu 45-47 
P. E. Club 

President 45-46 
All Star Baseball Team 



Independent Organ. 

Council 43-44 

President 47 
Student Senate 44 
Student Assoc. 

President 46-47 
"S" Association 43-47 

Football 42-47 

Basketball 42 
S.C.A. 

Recreation 44 
Who's Who 44-47 
Ministerial Assoc. 




Bare. Ted 

Chino, California 

B.A. June 47 

Major: Physical Education 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 

Vice President 46-47 
Senior Class President 
"S" Assoication 

Vice-President 45-46 

Football 44-46 

Basketball 45-47 

Track 46-47 
Who's Who 46 
Floyd Betts Athletic Award 

45 

Bartley, Norma 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.S. February 47 
Major: Biology 



85 



Seniors 





Cannell, Nancy Margaret 

McAllen, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Biology 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 

Guard '45-'46 

Treasurer '46-'47 
Girls' Chorus '44-'46 
Science Society '44-'47 

President of Biology '46-'47 
Glamazons '45-'47 
Pre Medical Society '47 
Spanish Club *46-'47 
Fellow in Biology 

Department '46-'47 
Chapel Choir '44-'46 



Casey, James 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.S. August '47 
Major: Biology 



Busfield, Roger Melvil 

Austin, Texas 
B.A June '47 
Major: Drama 

Pi Epsilon Delta 

Head Yell Leader '43 

Megaphone '43 
Sports Editor 

Mask and Wig Players 
Business Manager '44-'47 

Texas Intercollegiate Out- 
standing Actor's Award '44 

National Collegiate Players 
Secretary '44 

Southwestern Magazine 
Associate Editor '44 

Extemporanious Speech 
Squad 

Caskey. Readey 

Brownwood, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Sociology 

Phi Delta Theta Fraternity 



Conquest, Shelley 

Pharr, Texas 

B.B.A. June '47 

Major: Business Admin. 

Independent Organization 
Beauty Nominee '45-'46 

Student Body Secretary 
, 46- , 47 

Miss Southwestern Nominee 
'47 

Library Club '46 

Pi Gamma Mu '45-'47 



Cooper, Marilyn Treuthardt 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Sociology 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority 
Rush Captain '45-'46 

Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 
Secretary Treasurer 

P.E. Club '44-'46 

Mask and Wig 



Chandler, Janis 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.F.A. June '47 
Major: Music 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Historian, '45-'46 
Scholarship Chairman 
'45-'47 

Mozart Society '45-'46'-47 

A'Cappella Choir 

Mask and Wig 

House Council '46 



Davis. Ruth Marie 

Edna, Texas 
B.A. Feb. '47 
Major: Psychology 

Phi Mu Sorority 

Pledge Director '45-'46 

Treasurer, '46-'47 
Mask and Wig 

Scribe '45-'46 
S.C.A. Secretary '44-'45 
Home Economics Club 

Secretary '44-'45 
Glamazons 

Vice President '46-'47 
Pi Gamma Mu, '45-'47 
Sophomore Class 

Secretary '45 

Vice President '44-'45 
Junior Class 

Secretary '45-'46 





Seniors 



86 



Fore, Sam L. 

Corpus Christi, Texas 
B.A. August -'47 
Major: Bible 

Independent Organ. 

Council '45-'46 
Life Service Group 

President '46 
S.C.A. Cabinet '45-'46 
Ministerial Assoc. 

Vice-Presiednt '46 
Mask and Wig '45 
Men's Chorus 
A'Cappella Choir '46 



Francis, James A. 

El Paso, Texas 
B.S. June '47 
Major: Physical Ed. 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 
Grand Treasurer 
Grand Master, 

"S" Association 

Student Body President 




Dewald. Henry, Jr. 

Copperas Cove, Texas 
B.S. August '47 
Major: Physics 

Alpha Chi 
Science Society 




Duerson, Dolores 

Harlingen, Texas 
B.B.A. June '47 
Major: Business 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 
Vice-Pres. Pledges '44 
Vice-Pres. '45-'46 
President '46-'47 
Beauty Nominee '46 

Mask and Wig 
Vice-Pres. '45-'46 
Board '46-'47 

Alpha Chi 

Vice-Pres. '46-'47 

Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 

Who's Who '46-'47 

Student Senate '45 

Pirate Band '44 

Junior Class Vice-Pres. 



French, George W. 

Round Rock, Texas 

BA. February '47 

Major: Speech and Drama 

Kappa Alpha 

Mask and Wig 



Green, Ray G. 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A. February '47 
Major: Business 

Alpha Chi 

Freshman Prize '41 
Pi Gamma Mu 46 
Independent Organ. 





Easley, Martha Jane 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.A. February '47 
Major: Math 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority 
Social Chairman '44-'45 
President '46-'47 
Beauty '46 

Mask and Wig '43-'45 

Pan-American Forum '45-'46 

Band '43-'44 

Chorus '43-'45 

Who's Who '46 

Chapel Choir '44 

Fogg, Marie 

Diboll, Texas 
B.F.A. June '47 
Major: Piano 

Phi Mu Sorority 
Mozart Society 
Mask and Wig 
Assistant in Music 
Department '46-'47 



87 



Seniors 



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Groth. Herbert 

Copperas Cove, Texas 

B.A. '47 

Major: Education 

Independent Organ. 
Pi Gamma Mu '47 
Men's Chorus '47 



Hatch. Edith Edens 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.A. February '47 
Major: History 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 



Greer, Barry Dean Jr. 

Marshall, Texas 

B.B.A. June '47 

Major: Business Admin. 

Kappa Sigma' Fraternity 

Treasurer '46 
Megaphone Staff 

Sports Editor '42 



Hatch, Bobby L. 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.A. August '47 
Major: Spanish 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 



Hedrick, Peggy 

Corpus Christi, Texas 
B.F.A. August '47 
Major: Music Education 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 
Pledge Secretary '44 
Director of Glee Club '46-'47 

Alpha Chi '46-'47 

Sou'wester Staff '45 

Student Senate '45 

Chapel Choir '45 

S.C.A. 

Publicity Chairman '45 

Girls Chorus '45-'47 

A'Cappella Choir 

Mozart Society 

Howard, Addie Jane 

San Marcos, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Education 

Independent Organization 



Henderson, Helen 

El Campo, Texas 
B.B.A. August '46 
Major: Business Admin. 

Independent Organ. 
Pi Gamma Mu 



Horrigan, Mary Grace 

Houston, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Sociology 

Delta Zeta Sorority 

Treasurer '46 
Pan-American Forum 





Seniors 



88 



Lindenburg, Kurt 

Fredericksburg, Texas 

B.B.A. June '47 

Major: Business Admin. 



Lipps, Billye Lynn 

Beeville, Texas 
B.A. August '47 
Major: Music 

Delta Delta Delta 

Scholarship Chairman 
'45-'46 

Chaplain '46-'47 
Mozart Society 
Student Senate '45-'46 
A Cappella Choir 
Chapel Choir 
Girls' Chorus 
Miss Southwestern Nominee 

'47 
Who's Who '16-' 17 
Sou'wester Staff '47 

Assistant Editor 





Isbell, Margaret Ann 

Cameron, Texas 

B.A. June '47 

Major: Religious Education 

Phi Mu Sorority 

Secretary '45-'46 

Chaplain '47 
Mask and Wig '45 
Home Economics Club '45 
Chapel Choir '44-'45 
Band and Orchestra '44-'45 
House Council President '45 

President '45 

Vice President '46 
Glamazons 

President '46 
Pi Gamma Mu 'AS-' 47 
Life Service Group '45-'47 
Who's Who '46-'47 



Jones, Max 

Childress, Texas 

B.B.A. June '47 

Major: Business Admin. 

Football 



Little. Dorothy Jane 

San Saba, Texas 
B.S. February '47 
Major: Home Economics 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority- 
Chaplain '45 
Vice-President '46 

Home Economics Club 
President '45 

Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 



McCorquodale, James 

Conroe, Texas 
B.A. February '47 
Major: Art 

Phi Delta Theta 

President '46 
Who's Who '43-'46 






Lane, Sue 

Longview, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Drama 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority 

Rush Captain 
Mask and Wig '45-'47 
Student Senate 

Lane, Tommy Rives 

Weslaco, Texas 

B.F.A. June '47 

Major: Public School Music 

Phi Mu Sorority 
Glamazons '46-'47 
Girls Chorus '44-'47 
A'Cappella Choir '46-'47 
Chapel Choir 
Mask and Wig '44-'47 
Spanish Club '46-'47 



89 



Seniors 





McGraw, L. E. 

Port Arthur, Texas 
B.S. June '47 
Major: Chemistry 



McKivett. Betty 

Houston, Texas 

B.A. June '47 

Major: Elementary Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 

Rush Captain '46 
Home Economics Club '44 

Reporter 
Mask and Wig '44 
Miss Southwestern Nominee 



McFarland, Edward 

Lufkin, Texas 
B.A. Feb. '47 
Major: History and 
Government 

Mason, Bettye 

Alice, Texas 

B.F.A. August '47 

Major: Public School Music 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 

Historian '46 

Chaplain '47 

Beauty '46 
Girls' Chorus '45-'46 
Chapel Choir '45 
Senior Class Secretary '47 



Matthews, Leland 

San Juan, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: History and 
Government 



Miles, Edgar Martin 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.S. Feb.' 47 
Major: Chemistry 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 
Band '41 -'44 

Pigskin Revue '42 
Science Society 
Spanish Club 



Massey, Harold E. 

Dumant, Texas 
B.A. Feb. '47 
Major: History and 
Government 

Independent Organization 
Pi Gamma Mu 



Miles, Tommy Lee 

Mexia, Texas 

B.A. Feb. '47 

Major: Foreign Languages 

Phi Delta Theta 

Treasurer '45-'47 
Pi Gamma Mu 

President '46-'47 
Alpha Chi '46 
Who's Who '46 
Mask and Wig '45-'47 
Pan American Forum '45-'47 
Megaphone Staff '45 
Sou'wester 

Asst. Editor '46 

Editor '47 
Fellow in Foreign 

Languages '47 






Seniors 



90 



Peterson, Calvin 

Schulenburg, Texas 
B.B.A. June '47 
Major: Hist, and Govt. 

Men's Chorus '46-'47 
Ministerial Assn. '45-'47 



Phillips, Peggy 

San Augustine, Texas 
B.A. August '47 
Major: Sociology 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 

Secretary '46 

Beauty '46 
Princess of Military Ball 

Beauty Nominee '45 
Student Senate '46 
Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 
Kappa Sigma Sweetheart 




Moore, Zack 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.S. August '47 
Major: Chemistry 



Pickle, Franklin 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A. June '47 
Major: Bus. Ad. 




Munden, Sonny 

Fort Worth, Texas 
B.B.A. Feb. '47 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 



Pitts, Stanford 

Conroe, Texas 
B.B.A. June '47 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Phi Delta Theta Frat. 
President '46-'47 
Warden '46 
Inter-Frat. Council 

Mask and Wig '44-'47 
President '46-'47 
Board of Directors 
Stage Craft Award '46 

Pi Epsilon Delta '44-'47 

Mood Hall House C. '44 






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Nelson, Bernice 

Cleburne, Texas 
B.S. June '47 
Major: Physical Ed. 

Independent Organ. 
Mask and Wig '44-'47 
Library Club '46 

Vice President '46 
P. E. Club '45-'47 

Reporter '47 
Pi Gamma Mu '46 

Patrick, Caroline B. 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Home Ec. 

Independent Organ. 
Mask & Wig. '45-'46 

Secretary '45 
Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 
Home Ec. Club '45-'46 



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Priest, Ernest 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Sociology 

Alpha Chi '47 
Pi Gamma Mu '47 



Renfroe, Thomas W. 

Mt. Pleasant, Texas 
B.B.A. June '47 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Independent Organ. 
Mask and Wig 
Alpha Chi '47 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Veterans' Organ. 
Southwestern Mag. 
Pre-Medical Assoc. 



Porter, Joyce 

Mathis, Texas 
B.B.A. June '47 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Independent Organ. 
Beauty Nominee '46 
Independent Council '46 

Pres. of Girl's End. 

Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 

Basileis Society '46 

Independent Beauty '47 

Nominee for Miss 
Southwestern 

Richards, Naida 

Paducah, Texas 
B.S. Feb. '47 
Major: Biology 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 
Pres. of Pledge C. '44 
Treasurer '45-'46 
Science Society '44-'47 
Mooe Hall House C. '44 



Scoggins. Grant 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.F.A. June '47 
Major: Band 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 



Sexton, Ednanne 

Houston, Texas 
B.S. June '47 
Major: Education 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Guard '46-'47 

May Fete Duchess '46 
Mask and Wig '44-'47 

Board of Directors 
Girl's Glee Club '45-'46 
Pem Club 

Secretary '46 

Vice-Pres. '47 



Ryan, Eileen 

El Paso, Texas 
B.F.A. June '47 
Major: Voice 

Independent Organ. 
Mozart Society 
Girls' Chorus 
A Cappella Choir 

Simmons, Vivian 

Thrall, Texas 
B.B.A. June '46 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 
Pres. of Pledge Class 
Secretary '46 
Alpha Chi '46 
Pi Gamma Mu '46 
Chapel Choir '45-'46 
Southwestern C. '45-'46 
Mask and Wig '45 





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Stevic, William W. Jr. 

Marshallville, Ohio 
B.A. February '47 
Major: Psychology 

Alpha Chi '46-'47 
Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 
Student Senate '46 
Who's Who '46-'47 
Veterans Organ. 

Secretary-Treasurer '46 



Strasburger, Winfrey 

Temple, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Psychology 

Phi Mu Sorority 

Pledge Scholarship '45 

Pledge President '44 

Reporter '45-'46 

Registrar '46-'47 
Mask and Wig '45-'47 
Mozart Society '45-'47 
University Chorus 

Accompanist '45-'47 
Alpha Chi 
" President '46-'47 
Pi Gamma Mu '45-'47 
Pan-American Forum '45-'47 
Student Senate '46 
Who's Who '47 
Miss Southwestern '47 





Sisserson, Charles H. 

Weatherford, Texas 
B.B.A. June '47 
Major: Business 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 

Guard 

Intramural Mgr. 

Intrafraternity Council 
"S" Association 

Baseball Letterman 



Swiizer, David K. 

Beaumont, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Psychology 

Phi Delta Theta Fraternity 

Warden '44 

Chaplain '46 
Student Body President '44 
Student Body Vice-Pres. '46 
Soph. Class President '43 
Alpha Chi 

Freshman Scholarship 

Award '42 
S.C.A. 

Vice-President '44 
Pirate Band '42-'44 
"S" Association 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Who's Who '44-'46 
Atwell Best Student Citizen 

Award '44 



Smith, Lauralee 

Houston, Texas 
B.B.A. June '47 
Major: Business 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 
Rush Captain '45-'46 
Pan Hellenic Rep. '47 
Secretary '46-'47 

Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 

Mask and Wig 
Treasurer '46-'47 

Southwestern Magazine 

Junior Class Vice-Pres. 




Tegart, Patricia 

San Angelo, Texas 
B.A. February '47 
Major: Education 

Independent Organ. 

Vice Pres. '46 
Social Chairman '46 

Alpha Chi '46-'47 
Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 
Pan-American Forum '46 
Chapel Choir '45 




Smith, Guy D., Jr. 

Mexia, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Psychology 

Independent Organ. 



Sneed, Mary Elizabeth 

Galena Park, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Bible 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 

Alpha Chi 

Mozart Society 

Pirate Band 

Library Club 

Chapel Choir 

Life Service Group 



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Towler, Daphna 

Goose Creek, Texas 
B.S. June '47 
Major: Physical Ed. 

Phi Mu Sorority 
Best Pledge '44 
Beauty Nominee '45 
Librarian '45-'46 
Athletic Chairman '45 
Sergeant-at-Arms '46 

Physical Education Club 
Vice-President '46 

Chorus '44-'46 

Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 

Wallace, William H. 

Holland, Texas 

B.BA. June '47 

Major Business Admin. 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 

Secretary '47 
Science Society '43 



Tyson, Billie Ruth 

Rosebud, Texas 

BA. June '47 

Major: Home Economics 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 
Vice-President '46-'47 

Pan-American Forum '43-'44 

Mask, and Wig 

Business Manager '45-'46 

Home Economics Club 
Vice-President '45-'46 

All Star Baseball '46 

Science Society '45-'47 

Pi Gamma Mu '45-'47 



Webernick, Nelson E. 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Geology 

Independent Organ. 




Ulrey, John 

Big Spring, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: P.E. 

Kappa Alpha 
Vice-President '46 
President '46-'47 

Student Senate '45-'47 

"S" Association 
Baseball '45-'46 
Basketball '42-'46 
Football '44-'46 

Who's Who '46-'4 7 

Inter-Fraternity Council 
President '45-'46 



Wilkinson, Curtis R. 

Olton, Texas 
B.BA. June '47 
Major: Economics 

Independent Organ. 

Finance Chairman 
'46-'47 
"S" Association '46-'47 
Mask and Wig '46-'47 
Veterans Organ. 

Secretary-Treasurer '47 



Watson, Betty 

Fredericksburg, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Music Theory 

Independent Organ. 

President-Girls '47 
Mask and Wig 

Scribe '47 
S.C.A. Cabinet 

Publicity Chairman '46 
Glamazons 
Girls Chorus '45-'46 

Willman. Etta Marie 

Art, Texas 

B.A. February '47 

Major: German 

Independent Organ. 

Glamazons 

Girls Chorus 

Mask and Wig '43-'44 





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Palmer, Virginia 

Georgetown, Texas 

B.B.A. 

Major: Business 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

President '47 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Junior Class Sec. 

Patrick, John M. 

Georgetown, Texas 
M.A. June '47 
Major: English 

"Alpha Chi 
Sigma Tau Delta 
Science Society 
Mask and Wig 
Southwestern Magazine 
Editor '42 




Woodruff, Virginia 

Gatesville, Texas 
B.A. June '47 
Major: Psychology 

Phi Mu Sorority 
Historian '45-'46 
Secretary '46-'47 
Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 
Alpha Chi '46-'47 
Pan-American Forum 




Millholin, Rosemary 

Georgetown, Texas 
M.A. June '47 
Major: Education 

Delta Zeta Sorority 
Pi Gamma Mu 



Young, Howard E. 

Olney, Texas 

B.A. February '47 

Major: Speech and Drama 

Phi Delta Theta 

Reporter '45 

President '45 
Mask and Wig 

Board '44-'45 

President '46 
Science Society 
Junior Class Pres. '45 
Acting Award '46 
Senior Class Pres. '46 
Cheer Leader '45-'46 
Who's Who '45-'47 
Southwestern Magazine 

Editor '46-'47 
Pi Epsilon Delta 
Navy Chorus '44-'46 
Megaphone Staff '44-'45 
Poetry Reading Contest 
Sidney T. Blackburn 

Bible Reading '46 
Laura Kuykendall 

Speech Trophy '46 
Chapel Choir '45-46 



Blalock, Jesse P. 

Marshall, Texas 
Major: Chemistry 
Graduate Student 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity 




Zink, Joseph T. 

El Paso, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Psychology 

Mask and Wig 
Pan-American Forum 
A'Cappella Choir 
Boys Chorus 

Byrom, Julia 

Georgetown, Texas 
Graduate Student 
Major: History 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority 

Beauty Nominee '47 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Veteran's Organization 



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Phi Mu Beauty 



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Football Queen 






Melbct Dean Anderson 

Football Queen Nominee 



Joyce Birkelbach 

Alpha Delta Pi 



Jane Bryant 

Delta Delta Delta 





Molly Gene Byfield 

Delta Delta Delta 



Julia Byrom 

Delta Delta Delta 



Shelley Conquest 

Miss Southwestern Nominee 



Ruth Marie Davis 

Phi Mu 



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Independent 









Norma Lee Dunnam 

Zeta Teat Alpha 



Priscilla Halloran 

Football Queen Nominee 



JoBo Hobbs 

Football Queen Nominee 





Mary Ruth Kidd 

Delta Zeta 



Billye Lynn Lipps 

Miss Southwestern Nominee 



Wini Sue McBride 

Zeta Tau Alpha 



Betty McKivett 

Miss Southwestern Nominee 



Betty Mason 

Alpha Delta Pi 









Bobbie Fern Perkins 

Phi Mu 



Joyce Porter 

Miss Southwestern Nominee 



Julia Puckett 

Delta Zeta 





Joyce Rhodes 

Alpha Delta Pi 



Martha Rondeaux 

Zeta Tau Alpha 



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The Megaphone is the weekly- 
effort of the journalism classes 
and any other persons interested 
in journalism. They do their best 
to keep the campus informed as 
to the past and future activities. 
Miss Mary Elizabeth Fox is their 
sponsor. 

The "Edition of the Year" 
which appears on April 1 has 
to be pondered over to be ap- 
preciated. 



Left to right: Victor Ditmar. Bob Holloway, Warren May 



Left to right: Jerry Bell. Frances Cone. Bena Taylor 




Megaphone 



114 



STAFF 

Editor .. Lee Adams 

Feature Editor Frances Cone 

Society Editor Bena Taylor 

Sports Editors .. Harvey McDonald 

Warren May 

Cartoonist Parker Folse 

Columnists Ray Boriski 

Bena Taylor 
Reporters: 

Bud Renfro 

Jerry Bell 

Julie Matlock 

Edwin Spann 

I. L. Thompson 

Noble Atkins 

David Shaw 

Victor Dittmar 

Betty Wilson 

Henry Riemenschneider 

Frankie Hardin 
Business Manager . M. Howard Knox 
Sponsor ...M. E. Fox 






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Megaphone 




Left to Right: Van Orden. Busfield, Switzer, Vern, Harrell, Renfro 



After a few months of inactivity, the Southwestern Magazine resumed publica- 
tion in the summer of 1946. Howard Young took over the editorship and put out six 
issues. During that time the magazine published several of John Patrick's stories and 
introduced Myriam Vern's poetry and prose. 

At midterm of 1947 George Harrell became editor and has put out four copies to 
date. Three of the covers are reproduced on the oppcsite page. The February is- 
sue featured James O. McCorquodale's art and made quite a sensation with its 
many-colored paper. Stuart Van Orden took over as art editor in March and de- 
signed the next three covers. 

The April Magazine was a literary issue. In it were stories from the Creative 
Writing class and from other writers on the campus. The May issue introduced Lar- 
ry Meredith as a writer. 

In 1946-47 the Southwestern Magazine has introduced known and unknown writ- 
ers, indicated what is going on in creative art on the campus, and has covered what 
it considered might be of permanent interest and value. 



STAFF 

Editor George Harrell 

Associate Editor - Fred S. Switzer 

Poetry Editor Myriam Vern 

Fiction Editor Bud Renfro 

Art Editor .. Stuart Van Orden 

Faculty Sponsor Helmuth Hormann 



Southwestern Magazine 



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With this 1947 Sou'wester we have tried to pre- 
pare for you a pictorial record which you will enjoy 
not only now, but in the days and years ahead. 

The Staff 



Bethany 



Blount 



Springer 





Sou'wester Staff 



118 



STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief Tommy Lee Miles 

Associate Editor Marianne Barcus 

Assistant Division Editors 

Faculty — ■ Billye Lynn Lipps 

Freshmen Nancy Lee Mackenzie 

Sophomore Mildred Mendenhall 

Junior Mary Liz Blount 

Senior Sue Bethany 

Organizations John Tower 

Sports Camp Gillium 

Faculty Advisor ...Angus Springer 

Business Manager M. H. Knox 

Student Business Manager ... Harvey McDonald 

Portrait Photographer Lee Karr 

Campus Photographer Glenn Kenley 

Art ...Stuart Van Orden 

Assistants: 

Bob Coleman George W. Blake 

Pat Mackey John Howell 

Beulah Dimmitt Helen Stevic 

Sue Chadwick Nancy Cannell 

Oleta Ragsdale Yvonne Wilson 





Mackenzie 



Lipps 



Mendenhall 




Kenley 




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Sou'wester Staff 




Top Row: Ernest Bosse, Tympani; John Foster, Bass; Henry Deschner, Bass Fiddle; Kate Alley. Drums; 

Roger Davidson, Drums, Snare. 
Third Row: David Shaw, Cornet; Merle Cartwright, Cornet; Jack Utley, French Horn; Mary Chafin, 

French Horn; Bob Feagin, French Horn; James Ramey, Baritone; Mary Liz Blount, Trombone; 

Louis Snoddy, Trombone. 
Second Row: Grant Scoggins. Trumpet; Harold Burkhart, Trumpet; Charles Stevenson, Trumpet; Phill 

Manning, Saxophone; Dick Heacock, Saxophone; Dana Green, Saxophone; Barbara Cannon, 

Saxophone; Robert Simmons, Bassoon; James Ritchie, Trombone; Helen Cocke, Trombone; 

Pat McNallen, Trombone. 
First Row: Ralph Jones, Director; Billye Lynn Lipps. Clarinet; Julius Tracy, Clarinet; Virginia Mills, 

Clarinet; Julius Tracy, Clarinet; Virginia Mills, Clarinet; Frances Bethea, Oboe; Bob Dyer, 

Picolo; George Brigman, Flute; George Prigmore, Alto Clarinet. 



Southwestern has always been noted for its outstanding bands, and this year it is no exception. 
Whether leading the Homecoming Parade, playing at the football or basketball games, or in Assem- 
bly, our Pirate Band has thrilled the audience. 



Pirate Band 



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Most of the following pictures are of Grant 
Scoggins Orchestra, rather than the Band, but 
the members pictured are for the greater part 
also members of the Pirate Band. 



Left: Ritchie, McNallen, Cartwright, Manning, 
Burkhart, Box, Scoggins and Bosse. 




Above: Burkhart, Box, Manning, Deschner, 
Scoggins and Bosse (at piano). 



Right: Ritchie, McNallen, Cartwright, Burkhart, 
Scoggins. 




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Orchestra 




"Hank" Deschner and his "Dog House' 



Roger and "The Elk's Parade' 




Orchestra 



122 




Two new teachers m the field of music arrived on this campus in October. By 
November, their pupils were convinced, and shortly thereafter we were all convinced 
of their high ability in the teaching and directing of musical organizations. These 
two men were Mr. John Richards, director of the Choir and Chorus groups, and Mr. 
Ralph Jones, director of the Band and Sinfonietta. On the preceeding and following 
few pages are pictures and write-ups of the individual organizations, with the ex- 
ception of the Sinfonietta, which unfortunately doesn't seem to have had its picture 
made. 

The members of this orchestra are: Violin, Brown and Robertson; Viola, Feagin; 
Cello, Forsvall; String Bass, Deschner; Flute, Brigman; Oboe. Bethea; Clarinet, 
Vaughn; Bassoon, Simmons; French Horn, Utley; Trumpet, Scoggins; Percussion, 
Davidson and Piano, Ruthelle Jones. 




Directors 




Back Row: Sheef, Chadwick. Richardson, Dent. 

Middle Row: Prigmore, Bosse, Heacock. Zinck. Walton, Gambrell. Goethe, Peterson. Dare. Griffith. 
Shaw. 

Front Row: Brigman. Goiter. Hassler, Edens. Feller. Burkhalter. Reynolds. Hamner. Holloway. Pea- 
cock. E. Groth. Oglesby. Fore, Roesler. Deschner. Scoggins. Spellman. Accompanist — .Nettie 
Ruth Brucks. 

The Boy's Chorus under the direction of Mr. Richards has been an outstanding 
musical group on the campus this year. In addition to their local performances, they 
made appearances in Gonzales, Temple, Seguin, Gatesville and Hillsboro, where 
they were instant hits. 



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Top Row: Hunt, Dunnam, Derr, Deckard-Blanche. Wendt, Lacy, Schmidt. 

Middle Row: Trout, Deckard-Frances, Cannan, Wakefield. Barnes, Forsom. Leon, Lipps, Etter, Lane. 
Bottom Row: Cannon, Ryan, Ellis, Wilson, Davis, Strasburger (Accompanist), Dupree, Brucks, Morris, 
Webb, Willman. 



Here we have another of Mr. Richards' outstanding groups, the Girl's Chorus. 
Twenty-six voices and a piano to make your heart jump — beg your pardon, twenty- 
seven, we won't forget Mr. Richards' voice. Seriously, this chorus has provided many 
hours of enjoyment in the musical field. Their trip to New Braunfels was the high- 
light of the year's activities. 



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Girls' Chorus 




Fourth Row: Reynolds, Holloway, Sheef, Chadwick. 
Third Row: Heacock. Richardson, Gambrell, Hays, Spellman. 

Second Row: Ryan. Ellis, Hassler, Goiter. Edens, Burkhardt, Zink, Fore, Roesler. Shaw, Webb, Lipps. 
First Row: Cannon, Deckard. Frances, Cannon, Wakefield, Wallace, Derr, Deckard, Blanche, Leon, 
Wendt. Barnes, Chandler, Schmidt, Davis, Brucks, Dupree, Lane. 



The A'Cappella Choir, whose members were chosen from a larger group because 
of their musical ability, has become known throughout the state this year. With Mr. 
Richards as their director, they have included in their list of successful works Folk 
Songs of other nations, Negro Spirituals, Classical and Religious numbersThey have 
on many occasions provided the music for the weekly Chapels as well as the music 
for Church. Their out-of-town trips took them to Brownwood (Daniel Baker College), 
Weatherford, Tehuacana, Mexia, Temple and San Antonio. 



A'Cappella Choir 



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The Mozart Society is an honorary society in the School of 
Music. Students qualify for membership by successful perform- 
ance of classical selections and by general excellence in their 
work. 

This year, the Mozart Society has sponsored several member- 
recitals, and on one occasion presented a guest pianist from 
Dallas for a wonderful recital. 



Officers 

President Elmina Bell 

Secretary Nellie Ruth Brucks 

Publicity Manager Barbara Leon 




Left to Right: Miss Bowden, Marie Fogg, Mary 
Kay Wise, Elmina Bell. 



Marie Fogg 




Members Not Pictured 

Barbara Cannon 
Janis Chandler 
Frances Deckard 
Ouida Dent 
Peggy Hedrick 
Betty Knox 
Tommy Rives Lane 
Billye Lynn Lipps 
Patsy Morris 
Eileen Ryan 
Grant Scoggins 



Elizabeth Brown 
Roxie Hagopian 
Ralph Jones 
Henry Meyer 
John D. Richards 
Ann York 
Kitty Sherman 
Winfrey Strassburger 
Betty Sneed 
Mary Lynn Webb 
Betty Watson 



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Mozart Society 




Left to Right: Busfield, Bass, Wingert, Jefferson, McClish 



The Laura Kuykendall speech trophy was awarded to Roger M. Bus- 
field, Jr., for being the outstanding speech student of the year. 

Gloria Wingert's interpretation of "The Creation," by James Weldon 
Johnson won her first place in the finals of the Poetry Reading Contest this 
year. 

The winner of the Sidney T. Blackburn, Sr., Bible Reading Prize this year 
was John McClish, well known for his acting abilities. 

Stan McClure was declared the Best After-Dinner Speaker at the Mask 
and Wig picnic, thereby winning the award. 

Acting awards for 1946-47" were given to Joe Jefferson, John McClish, 
Mollie Keyes McDurmitt and Gloria Wingert, while Allen Holley won the 
Stagecraft Award. 

John Merton Patrick received the Gloria Hawker Poetry Prize. 



Speech 



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Left to Right: Spellman, Kern, Watts, Dunn, Hassler, Woods, Pitcock, Vern, Heacock, Atkins. 



The purpose of the Student Christian Association is the promotion of a well rounded program of 
religious activities on the campus of Southwestemn University, and the opening for individual growth 
through fellowship, worship, and service. 



This past year, the activities sponsored by the S.C.A. included the annual "Possum Hunt, 
treat for cabinet members, and Vesper Services each Wednesday night. 



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The members of the S.C.A. Council for the year were: 



Fall Semester Office 

Norman Spellman President 

George Bradley Vice-President 

Jane Kern Secretary 

Verlon Feller Treasurer 



Spring Semester 

Norman Spellman 

Wilbur Wood 

Jane Kern 

Don Roesler 



Larry Meredith Worship Chairman Larry Meredith 

Louis Pitcock World Friendship Louis Pitcock 

Charles Parr Community Service Freda Dunn 

Allan Holley Recreation John Hasler 

Betty Watson Publicity Myrium Vern 

Noble Atkins M.Y.F. Representative 

Edward Heacock Deputations Dick Heacock 



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Here's a picture of your past president and past vice-president when they 
were really working! The scene, in case you don't recognize it, is the stage of 
the May Fete. Morris had the pleasure cf crowning the King and Queen of May 
this year, while David merely announced all the girls. 



Your past secretary — 
Shelley Anita Conquest 
caught with her usual 
smile . 




Student Body Officers 



130 




Left to Right: Bratton, Switzer, Lennox, Hamriic, Conquest, Lane, Crow, Evans. Deckard, Roesler, Stras- 
burger, Wilson, Kidd. 



The Student Senate is composed of members of each of the four undergraduate 
classes on the campus. The officers of the Student Senate are chosen by a general elec- 
tion. All the nominations for candidates for student offices are made by the Student Sen- 
ate. Notable among the year's activities were the "All-Student" nites in Jim West Gym- 
nasium each Thursday nite. Dancing, checkers, shuffleboard and games were available 
to all students on this night. 

The following are the members of the Senate according to classification: 



Seniors: 


Juniors: 


Braton 


Evans 


Conquest 


Hamric 


Lane 


Lennox 


Strasburger 


Mackey 


Switzer 


Wilson 


Ulrey 





Sophomores 
Collier 
Crow 
Howell 
Welborn 



Freshmen: 
Deckard 
Kidd 
Roesler 



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Student Senate 




Back Row: Buck. Wiess, Priest, Renfro, Cooper. Lott. Brucks. 
Front Row: Medley. Fogg. Tyson, Phillips. Robertson. 
Shipp. 



The Alpha Chi is Southwestern's 
chapter of the national collegiate 
honor society and is the mother chap- 
ter of this order of collegiate scholar- 
ship. Its purpose is to stimulate, de- 
velop, and recognize scholarship and 
those elements of character which 
make scholarship effective. Its mem- 
bers are elected from the upper tenth 
in scholastic standing of the Junior and 
Senior classes. 




Officers: 

President Winfrey Strasburge 

Vice President Dolores Duerso: 

Secretary Marianne Barcu 

Sponsor Dr. Claud Howan 



Above: Duerson, Barcus. Howard, Strasburger, Ferguson. 



Below: Woodruff, Ward, Marshall, Brown, Atkins, Miles. 
Shaw, Hedrick, Bethany. 



Members not Piclured: 

H. H. Behrens 
Richard Blank. Jr. 
Roxie Hagopian 
Vivian Simmons 
Betty Sneed 
Bill Stevic 
Patricia Tegart 
Mary Lou Thompson 
Dr, J. N. R. Score 
Annanelle Hardt 




Alpha Chi 



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Members Not Pictured 

Porter, Joyce 
Rogers, Mildred 
Score, J. N. R. 
Smith, George F. 
Smith, Lauralee 
Springer, Angus 
Stacy. Alexander 
Steelman, Edmund 
Switzer, David 
Tegart, Patricia 
Towler, Daphna 
Tyson, Billie R. 
Ullrich, O. A. 
Waddell, Ouida 
Waggoner, L. J. 
Ward, Joycelyn 
Watts, Harvey 
Wiese, Ola Mae 
Williams, M. L. 
Woodruff, Virginia 
Wright, Sara M. 



Back Row: Miner. Stephenson, Wilson, EUis, Reed, Priest. 
Middle Row: Lennox. Taylor, Sisserson, Grimes, Reeves, Rinn. 
Front Row: Ross, Black. Stewart, Hudson, Ebert, Derr. Bailey. 



Pi Gamma Mu is a national social science honor society, the object of which is to pro- 
mote extended activity toward the solution of all human problems. Any officer, member 
of the teaching staff, alumnus, graduate student, senior or junior whose chief work and 
interest is in the social sciences, whose scholarship is high and who manifests special 
aptitude in social science is eligible for membership. 

Frequent meetings were held this year, and two groups were duly initiated into this 
International Society. The year's activities were climaxed by a steak supper in San Ga- 
briel Park. 

Officers 

President Tommy Lee Miles 

Vice-President Marianna Barcus 

Secretary Peggy Cooper 



Members Not Pictured 

Barkley, Betty 
Bethea, Grace 
Blissard, Elmer 
Cannan, Mary Lee 
Conquest, Shelley 
Davis, Ruth Marie 
Duerson, Dolores 
Finch, W. C. 
Green, Ray 
Gruenwald, Frances 
Groth, Herbert 
Hester, George C. 
Hormann, Helmuth 
Kilgore, Louise 
Krentel, Amy 
Little, Dorothy Jane 
Lott, Eugene 
Luksa, Frank 
Lundblad, Elizabeth 
Massey, Harold 
Medley, Randolph 
Milhollin, Rosemary 
Nelson, Bernice 
Neuman, John R. 
Patrick, Caroline B. 



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Top Row: Miles, Stevic, Isbell, Renfro. Barfield, Neas. 

Middle Row: Mendenhall, Barcus, Withers, Wilcox, Fox, Smyres. 

Bottom Row: Cooper, L.; Bethany, Cooper, P.; Palmer, Phillips, Jamison, Gordon. 




Pi Gamma Mu 




Members Not Pictured: 

Adams, Claude 
Blodzinski, Ed 
Chafin, Othel 
Cooper, Foster 
Dailey Dick 
Davidson, Don 
Dewald, Henry 
Francis, Jim 
Jefferson. Bill 
Lutonsky, Roy 
McClish, John 
McGinnis, Wilbur 
Merchant, Walter 
Miles, Edgar 
Patrick, John 
Ramey, Ernest 
Ramey, James 
Richards, Naida 
Rupp, Margaret 
Tippett, Janice 
Young, Howard 



Back Row: Rouser, Young, Hardt, Wilcox, Beans, Greathouse, 
Brennan, Medley, McNeely. 

Others, left to right: Pry, Shaw, Webb, Moscana, Schneider. Mar- 
shall, Weiss, Davidson, Merideth, Chambers, Blank, Cannell, 
Cartwright, Tyson, Hamner, Means. 

The Southwestern Science Society began the year with a meeting in the home of Dr. Godbey, at 
which time Mr. Rouser spoke on the Atomic Bomb. In the following meetings land slides were shown 
by Dr. Blank, and a movie of Paracutm, the Mexican Volcano, was shown by Dr. Bullard of Texas 
University. Mr. Mateer brought an interesting lecture and pictures of Madagascar on one occasion. 

The Southwestern group was well represented at the Texas State Academy of Science meeting 
held in Dallas early this year. 

Back Row: Brown, Marshall, Blank, Blank, Sivells, Enochs, Pat- 
terson. 

Front Row: Rouser, Shaw, Cartwright, Hardt, Cannell, Beans, 
Ullrich. 



OFFICERS 

Pres. — David Shaw 
Vice-Pres. — Chem. — Marshall 
Vice-Pres. — Phys. — Blank 
Vice-Pres. — Biol. — Cannell 
Vice-Pres. — Math — Cartwright 
Sec.-Treas. — Beans 



Not Pictured 
Friesen, Dr. 
Godbey, Dr. 
Martin, Dr. 
Medley, R. M. 
Medley, Mrs. R. M. 
Smith, Mrs. H. H. 
Whitmore.Ralph 
Wilcox- Mary 
Lott, Gene 







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Science Society 



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Clockwise: Brown, Ward. Halloran. Gordon, Owens, Dodd, Tyson, Frilen, Reed, Smyers, 
Barfield, Hahn, Jamison, Ward, Miner. 



Officers: Spring Semester 

President — Joycelyn Ward 
Vice-President — Dorothy Hahn 
Secretary — Frances Miner 
Treasurer — Doris Brown 
Historan — Linda Longoria 
Parliamentarian — Flo Warnock 
Reporter — Ruth Ebert 



Members not Pictured 

Bohac, Briscoe, Bryant. Burgoyne, 
Byfield, Clark, Cook, Culpepper, Da- 
vis, Derr, Hamblin, James, Kidd, 
King, Kirby, Drentel, Little, Martin- 
dale, Mendenhall, Moore, Palm, Par- 
kin, Ragsdale, Reeves, Ross, Schultz, 
Smith, Waddell. 



The Home Economics Club began its year's activities with a party in November. They 
were also responsible for the Christmas tree and Christmas party which the Home Econom- 
ics department enjoyed late in December. One of their most useful contributions to the fur- 
thering of interest in the affairs of home management is their subscription to monthly issues 
of leading cultural and informative magazines. Several books have also been purchased for 
the use of these students. As a final climax, a fried chicken picnic was enjoyed at the Park. 
Mrs. Smyers is the sponsor of these future "Housewives of America." 



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H. E. Club 




Left to Right: Morgan, Whiteselle, Jennings, Kern, Lord, Reyes, 
Cannell, Miles, Hollingsworth, Webb, Lennox, Whitfield, 
Cundiff, Derr, Hamric, Holloway. 



Members Not Pictured 

Taylor, Bena 
John Foster 
Clayton Hamilton 
John Norton 
Hollis Hall 
Barbara Ward 
Jean Smith 
Allen Holley 
R. B. Moon 
Lewis Hill 
Kenneth Blackford 
Charlotte Hyde 
Rena Cummins 
Yvonne Wilson 
Joe Zink 
Stan McClure 
Rosalee Loykasek 
M. Weberneck 
Jean Muske 
Nita McClennan 
Sidney Ann Wales 
Joyce Birkelbach 
Marjorie Oliphant 
Jimmie Flynn 
A. J. Moore 
Dottie Henderson 



The Pan-American Forum was organized to promote interest in the Spanish language. Its 
members are composed of those students who maintain a high average and interest in the 
language. As you will notice in the bottom picture, The Forum has a float in the Home-Com- 
ing Parade. All programs and meetings are conducted entirely in Spanish. The banguet 
(top picture) added to the season's social activities, and concluded the functions for this year. 



Officers 

President Reuben Reyes 

Vice-President Joe Jennings 

Secretary Margie Fernandez 

Business Manager Asbury Lennox 
Sponsor Lucy Belle Morgan 



Members Not Pictured 

Dick Waits 
Jack Utley 
Jean Barkley 
Winfrey Strasburger 
Julie Matlock 
Mabel Bailey 
Mac Hammond 
Elmina Bell 
Polly Rosese 
Tommy Rives Lane 
Taffy Armstrong 
Camp Gilliam 
Abbie Forson 
Sherman Huie 
J. R. Moses 
Fred Switzer 
Hershel Kilbourn 
Ralph Wallace 
Jack Levay 
Billie Buck 
Ben Peeler 
Grady Walton 



Left to Right: Parr, Cummins. Longoria, Howard, Fernandez, Oli- 
phant, Smith, Hamner. 





Pan-American Forum 



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Clockwise: Buck, Albright, Renfro, Beans. Deschner, Chambers, Hanna. Cannell. Casey. Davis, 
Rushing, Greathouse. Ritchie, Williford, Jordan. McCoin. Chudej. Sivells, Bounds, Fischer, 
Atkins, McNeely. Blalock. Marshall. Wood, Burns. 



The Pre-Med Association is open to any student who is planning on a medical 
future — whether Lab Technician, Nurse or Doctor. Its purpose is to better acquaint 
the student with the future which they face, and to realize and study its problems, 
and to prepare for the graduate field. 



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Pre-Meds 




Members Not Pictured 

Roberts, William S. 
Ross, George 
Russell, James C. 
Smith, Richard Ru. 
Spann, Edwin 
Spellman, Norman 
Switzer, David Karl 
Thouin, Wesley J. 
Yeaman, John Francis 



Back Row: Moon, Harris, Green, Leifeste, Heacock, Dick. 
Front Row: Lenox, Oglesby, Steelman, Runk, Reynolds. 



Ministers in the Faculty 



John Berglund 
Carl W. Bergquist 
William C. Finch 
M. Howard Knox 
Dr. J. N. R. Scoer 



Alexander Stacey 
Edmund Steelman 
Luther J. Waggoner 
Harvey D. Watts 



Back Row: Pate, Peterson, Bratton, Snoddy, Fore 
Front Row: Nagle, Walton, Cayard, Lewis, Chadwick. 



Members Not Pictured 

Burkhardt, Harold 
Coleman, Robert E. 
French, George W. 
Goiter, Bob 

Hardison, Conrad Ray 
Hardwick, William H. 
Heacock, Edward 
Hutchinson, Eugene 
Kock, Robert William 
MacAllister, H. L. 
Meredith, Lawrence 
Meyer, Douglas 
Moore, Allen Joe 
Oglesby, Robert L. 
Piatt, John Wesley 
Reyes, Ruben 
Richardson, Perry 




Ministerial 



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OFFICERS 

President John Hassler 

Vice-Pres. Dawn Davis 

Secretary ■„.. Margaret Hall 




Left to Right: Feller, Meyer, Atkins, Spann, Watts. 



The Life Service Group is composed of students who, although they don't 
expect to become Ministers, do intend to devote their life to the service of 
Christ, and to religious work. In cooperation with the Ministerial Students 
they presented a reproduction of Warner Sallman's famous painting, "Head 
of Christ" to the university. This was dedicated during the Chapel Period. 

The Ministerial Association, the members of which are young Ministers 
and Ministers from the Faculty, have been very active this year. The high- 
light of the year's work, in addition to the gift described above, was the 
banquet held in a lcoal cafe. 



Left to Right: Lipps, Goiter, Brazil, Chadwick, 
Hall, Wood, Longoria. 




OFFICERS — COMBINED GROUP 

President Wilbur Wood 

Secretary Anabel Ellis 



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Life Service 




There Shall 
Be No 
Night 



John McClishaas "Karilo" 

Roger Busfield as "Major Rutkowski" 



Busfield, Allen Holley as "Gosden," Stan McClure as "Ben," 
Jack Gillum as "Joe." 



CAST 

Dr. Karilo Vlachos John MsClish 

Mirinda Vlachos Mollie Keyes 

Uncle Leonidas Joe Jefferson 

Eleni Gloria Wingert 

Dave Corween Charles Parr 

Dr. Ziemmsen Larry Meredith 

Joe - Jack Gillum 

Frank Bob Goiter 

Gosden Allen Holley 

Ben Stan McClure 

Gus John Tower 

Major Rutkowski Roger Busfield 

Phillip Vlachos Howard Young 



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Mask and Wig 



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Antigone 




Creon and Antigone 



The Opening Scene with complete Cast 




CAST 

Chorus Roger Busfield 

Antigone Gloria Wingert 

Nurse Sue Lane 

Ismene Jonell Hatley 

Haemon Joe Jefferson 

Creon Angus Springer 

First Guard Allen Holley 

Second Guard Tim Robberson 

Third Guard Babe Pitts 

Messenger John McClish 

Page Frank E. Luksa Jr. 

Eurydice Mildred Mendnehall 



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Mask and Wig 







CAST 

Mama Mollie McDurmitt 

Papa ...: John McClish 

Katrin Jonell Hatley 

Nels Allen Holley 

Christine Diane Mattern 

Dagma Gwyn Medley 

Uncle Chris Joe Jefferson 

Aunt Trina Taffy Armstrong 

Aunt Sigruid Gloria Wingert 

Aunt Jenny Clara Mae Blocksom 

Mr. Thorkelson John Tower 

Arne Frank Luksa Jr. 

Doctor Don Reed 

Mr. Hyde Charles Parr 

The Woman Nell Barnes 

Nurse Betty Curry 

Christina Rosetta Sue Lane 



Dagmar, Mama. Papa, Christine, Nels, Katrin. 



I Remember Mama 



This year, Mask and Wig has produced the greatest plays in its history. In addition to 
the ones mentioned here, "Dear Ruth" and six One-Act plays were presented. "Antigone" 
went on tour for three performances, and no doubt the others would have also had not such 
technical difficulties prevented it. 



Jordan, Mattern, Lane, Warnock. Hollingsworth 



OFFICERS 

President Babe Pitts 

Vice-President Allen Holley 

Secretary Mollie McDurmitt 

Treasurer Lauralee Smith 

Business Mgr. Roger Busfield 

Scribe Betty Watson 

Board of Directors 

Dolores Duerson 

John C. McClish 

Joe Jefferson 

Charles Parr 




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Mask and Wig 



142 




Back Row: Busfield, McClure, Parr, McClish, Springer. Front Row: Holley, Win- 
gert, McDurmitt, Lane, Pitts. Not Pictured: Gillum, Young. 



Pi Epsilon Delta, also known as National Collegiate Players 
re-activated this year after having lost its place among campus 
organizations during the war. To qualify for membership in 
this honorary fraternity, students must be juniors, must have 
taken at least five hours of drama, and must have acquired at 
least twenty points according to the point system by working in 
at least two phases of theatrical production.We hope to see this 
group grow back into the place of honor it is entitled to. 



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Pi Epsilon Delta 



OFFICERS 

President Patsy Morris 

Vice-Presidnet Allene Block 

Secretary Joe Barfield 

Treasurer Kate Smith 

Sponsor Pearl A. Neas 




Left to Right: Smyers, Kilgore, Halbert, Morris, Anderson, Neas, 
Wright, Durdin, Wilson. Laws, Hardin, Hahn, Bell. 



The Glamazons, those beautiful TALL girls, became members of this national organiza- 
tion only this year. Prior to this time they were known as the Basileis Society. To be a mem- 
ber, a girl must be over 5 feet seven inches, in her bare feet. The Glamazons are gaining 
national recognition because of their qualifications for modeling. 

On this campus, the Glamazons have a banquet with every meeting, and were the spon- 
sors of a Spring Formal held in the Legion Hall. 



Left to Right: Barfield, Hardin, Cannell. Foster, Halbert, Laws. Curry. 






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Members Not Pictured 

Nancy Cannell 
Ruth Marie Davis 
Beulah Mae Dimmitt 
Peggy Isbell 
Mollie Keyes McDurmitt 
Frances Miner 
Joyce Porter 
Tommy Rives Lane 
Betty Watson 
Etta Willman 
Mary Lynn Webb 
Anabel Ellis 



Glamazons 



144 



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Left to Right: Bass, Kenley, Stevic. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

FALL SEMESTER 

President Glenn Kenley 

Vice-President .... Kenneth Bass 
Secretary Bill Stevic 

Billy Kennedy 
Jack Minnox 
Ed McFarland 
John Howell 
John Tower 



At the beginning of the fall 
semester, the veterans on the 
campus decided to organize. 
Through this organization, the 
veterans have been able to 
secure adjustments, and sev- 
eral social events were also 
sponsored. Programs were 
given with each regular meet- 
ing, and a picnic at the Park 
proved to be very entertain- 
ing. 



Left to Right: Bass, Green, Brindle, Tower, Wilkinson, McCormick, 
Williford. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

SPRING SEMESTER 

President Brindle 

Vice-President .....:...- Bass 

Secretary Wilkinson 

Green 
Tower 
McCormick 
Williford 




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Veterans 




OFFICERS 

President Asbury Lenox 

President of Girls Dorothy Hahn 

Secretary Lois Beans 

Council Members: 
Lottie Boyd 
Shelley Conquest 
Boyd Harris 
Perry Richardson 




Lenox 



Conquest 




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Above: Hassel, Foster. Naugle, Boyd, Gheslin, Butler. Gruen- 
Wald. Alley, Mills. Dickens, Carson. Beans, Blount. 



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Left — Lois Beans 



Right — Dorothy Hahn 



The Independent Organization is composed of those stu- 
dents who are not members of Greek Organizations. Regular 
meetings are held at which time many social and extra-curricu- 
lar activities are planned. The Independent Valentine Formal 
was one of the year's best. 




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Independents 



146 




Left to Right: Pitcock, Palmer, Brucks. Bradley, Barcus, Mendenhall, Dimmitt, Pitts, Wilson, Hamric, 
Stevenson, Birkelbach, Hamric, Ben; Sisserson. Hardin, Nolan, Henderson, Halloran. 



The Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of the president and two representatives 
of each Greek Organization on the campus. The purpose of this organization is the 
co-ordination of campus affairs concerning Greeks. 

Other members for the year, not pictured above are: 



John Ulrey 
Bill Northway 
E. Y. Seale 
John Tower 
Hugh Cundiff 
James McCorquodale 
Betty McKivert 
Pat Mackey 



Dolores Duerson 
Joan Earhart 
Lauralee Smith 
Martha Jane Easley 
Pat Morris 
Marianne Barcus 
Martha Jane Williams 
Bernice Murray Holley 
Stellouise Shipp 



147 



Inter-Fraternity Council 




Abbott 
Gordon 
Palmer, V. 



Anderson 
Hardgraves 
Palmer, M. 



Arnold 
Hatley 
Peebles 



Bossy 
Hatch 
Philleps 



Bradbury 

Henderson 

Rivet 



Chandler 

Hobbs 

Richards 



Not Pictured: Bunton 




Lambda of 



148 




Coleman 

Jamison 

Robertson 



Crooke 

Jordan 

Rondeau 



Cullen 

Kowalski 

Ross 



Dimmitt 
McBride 
Turner 



Dunnam 
McKivett 
Welburn 



Dupree 

Mackey 

Whitfield 




149 



Zeta Tau Alpha 




Anderson 


Armstrong 


Ayres 


Bisbey 


Burns 


Carter 


Gerrell 


Grimes 


Hall 


Harrell 


Henry- 


Hunt 


McCorquedale 


Miles 


Monkhouse 


Pitcock 


Pitts 


Sorenson 



Not Pictured: Allen, Cox. Howard 




Texas Gamma of 



150 




Caskey 

Huston 

Spellman 



Cundiff 

Jennings 

Stephenson 



Dyer 
Kimbro 
Switzer, D. 



Everett 
Kirby 
Switzer, F. 



Folse 

Landrum 

Wallace 



Not Pictured: Pool, Wash, Williams, Dick 



Foster 

Lane 

Young 




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Phi Delta Theta 





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: 



Armstrong 


Barcus 


Bell 


Bethea 


Bethea 


Briscoe 


Broadwell 


Deckard 


Deckard 


Regg 


Furlong 


Gailey 


Hamblin 


Holley 


Miner 


Murphy 


Parkin 


Perkins 


Ragsdale 


Strasburger 






Xi Kappa of 



152 




Brocks 


Burgoyne 


Cannon 


Ceirce 


Chadwick 


Culpepper 


Davis 


Hollingsworth 


Isbell 


James 


Lane 


McDurmitt 


Mackenzie 


Martindale 




Sturman 


Tippett 


Towler 


Warnock 


Williams 


Woodruff 




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Phi Mu 




Bare 


Blalock 


Boone 


Bradley 


Bryant 


Byrom 


Chatham 


Chudej 


Greathouse 


Greer 


Giffin 


Hatch 


Huggins 


James 


Kilpatrick 


Leeson 


Munden 


Nixon 


Parr 


Patrick 


Rivet 


Roesler 


Scoggins 





Not Pictured: Baker, Cary* Davis, Hudman 




Iota of 



154 




Crownovor Davenport Davidson Dougherty Evans Ferguson 

McCollough McDonald Magruder Manley Maurice Means 

Sisserson Sisserson Taylor Tower Utley 



Foster Francis 

Medley Miles 
Wallace Wilkerson 



Not Pictured: McMillen, Smith, Stansell 




155 



Kappa Sigma 






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Cheek 
McGuire 



Cocke 
Mendenhall 



Dent 
Millholin 



Durdin 
O'Neil 



Fernandez 
Puckett 



Hackleman 



Not Pictured: Jeannine Palm 




Gamma Zeta of 



156 







Hanson 



Herrigan 
Reeves 



Hunt 
Schultz 



Kidd 
Shipp 



King 
Wilson, B. 



Landers 
Wilson, J. 




157 



Delta Zeta 




Brewer 


Brown 


Burnam 


Byrom 


Byfield 


Barkley 


Dodd 


Easley 


Etter 


Ellett 


Forson 


Hardin 


Matlock 


Moore 


Morris 


Morris 


Muske 


Nolan 




Theta Epsilon of 



158 



& A & 




Barkley 


Bryant 


Black 


Cooper 


Crow 


Curry 


Hardin 


Halloran 


Lane 


Lipps 


Little 


Loykasek 


Smith 


Trout 


Ward, B. 


Ward, J. 


Woolls 


Vaughn 




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Delta Delta Delta 





Beane 

Hamric 

Matthews 



Benson 

Hammond 

Northway 



Bertram 
Hearne 
Peavey 



Boriski 
Holley 
Roberts 



Brigman 

Howell 

Seale 



Cartwright 

Jones 

Stanford 



Not Pictured: Keyes, Martinets, Mason, Wyatt, Pack 




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Xi of 



160 




DeSirey Gerida Grey 

Leatherwood McCune McDurmitt 

Stephens Stonecipher Thomas 



Hahn 

McGee 

Ulrey 



Hart 

McKinney 

Vernon 



Hamric 

McNallen 

Wells 




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Kappa Alpha 




Baker Barfield 

Earhardt Farris 

Rogers Sexton 



Bethany 

Gager 

Skelton 



Birkelbach 
Hall 
Smith, Kate 



Blecksom 
Hardin 
Smith, L. 



Brabham 

Hedrick 

Sneed 



Bradley 
Jackson 



Not Pictured: Dolan, Eleanor 




Zeta of 



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Cannell 


Collier 


Cone 


Cooper 


Cunningham 


Dolan 


Duerson 


Laws 


McDaniels 


Mason 


Morris 


Pickle 


Rhodes 


Rogers 




Switzer 


Tyson 


Wallace 


Wilson 


Wood 


Young 



Not Pictured: Cameron, Foster, Parr, Tucker, Wilson, Yvonne. 




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Alpha Delta Pi 










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Atkins, Noble 
Easley. Martha Jane 
Mackey, Patricia 



Barcus, Marianne 
Francis. James A. 
Miles, Tommy Lee 



Bare. Theodore C. 
Gillum. Jack L. 
Nesbitt, William 



Bratton, Morris 
Isbell, Peggy 
Scoggins, Grant Jr. 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities was organized to give rec- 
ognition to the outstanding students on the college and university campuses through- 
out the United States. A committee composed of the faculty selected the members 
from Southwestern. Eligibility is based upon the student's character, scholarship, 
honors attained and the extra-curricular activities in which the student participated. 
Each person's biography will appear in the book titled, "Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities." 



Who's Who 



164 




Brucks, Nettie Ruth 
Lipps, Billye Lynn 
Strasburger, Winirey 



Busfield. Roger M., Jr. 
McClish, John C. 
Stevic. Wiilliam W. Jr. 



Davenport, Dan 
McCorquodale, James 
Switzer, David K. 




Duerson, Dolores 
McFarland, Edward T. 
Ulrey, John D. 
Young, Howard E. 



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Who's Who 



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The "S" Association is composed of all students who 
have been awarded the official "S" by the Athletic Coun- 
cil. This year the association has been very active, spon- 
soring many social events — picnics, dances and steak- 
frys. To promote athletic interest on the campus and to de- 
velop in the student body a sense of athletic loyalty to the 
institution is its full purpose. 



The officers for the year were: 

President . "Speedy" Chafin 

Vice-President Joe Evans 

Secretary-Treasurer Frank Means 




Members 

Jim Francis 
Tom Kirksey 
Dwight House 
Ed Starry 
Ed McFarland 
Bob Hamric 
Bert Guinn 
Joe Evans 
Jim Wells 
Embrey Walton 
Camp Gilliam 
Sam Bass 
Frank Orr 
Dick Daily 
Zack Moore 
Dan Davenport 
Charles Sisserson 
Bill Vernon 
Ed Bryant 
Ted Bare 
Blair James 



Frank Means 
Speedy Chafin 
John Ulrey 
Walter Merchant 
Jim Jonas 
Morris Bratton 
Curtis Wilkerson 
David Switzer 
Nelson Webernick 
Max Jones 
Walter Ruthstrom 
Lee Adams 
Clem Coleman 
Ben Cobb 




A, A afe ** 



l S" Association 



166 




R. M. Medley 

Head Coach and Director 
of Athletics, Track Coach 




Coaches 




G. F. Smith 

Assistant Coach and Coach of 
Baseball and Basketball 



Edward Bryant 

Assistant Coach in Football 



168 




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TEXAS CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS 194G 
Back row: left to right, Asst. Coach Bryant, Asst. Mgr. Moore, Mgr. James, Swenson, Walton, Cole- 
man, Elrod, Ulrey, Wagner, Jones, Butler, McFarland, Cobb, Davenport, Bare, Allison, Shepherd, Asst. 
Coach Smith, Coach Medley. Second row: Wilson, Means, Gray, Burns, Bratton, Pack, Huggins, Cha- 
fin. Wells, Bob Hamric, Ben Hamric, Rowe, Walker, Guinn, Jonas, Dailey, Starry, Evans, Parmlee. First 
row: Bass, Shelly, Kirkscey, Baker, Francis, Moore, Stansell. Not in picture: Ruthstrum, Vernon. 






Team 

on 
Road 



169 




Football 




FIRST TEAM — left to right: Ulrey, Davenport, Vernon, Butler, Means, Jones, Evans, McFarland, 
Chafin, Francis, Bare. 



The Southwestern Pirates were triumphful in their football season with 
five wins, four defeats, and a tie. This record, more impressive than figures 
seem to indicate, made it possible for the Buc's to win a co-championship 
of the Texas Conference with A.C.C. The Pirate eleven had a full schedule 
of rough games, including frays with two Southwest Conference teams, 
Rice and Baylor. Not particularly strong on reserves, the Pirates placed six 
of their starters on the All-Conference team. 

The Buc's began the season by bowing to Baylor University 21-7 in a 
hard-fought, evenly matched contest. The machine-like Oklahoma City U. 
eleven proved too much for the determined Pirates, however, and trampled 
the local boys 54-0. The Southwest Conference champions — the powerful 
Rice Owls — defeated the Pirates the next week in a hectic game, 48-0. The 
team tied A.C.C. the next weekend in an all-important conference game 
12-12. The Pirates' winning touchdown was prevented from materializing 
when Bare was unable to catch Bean's pass because of an official. This 
proved to be the fateful play of the season, because both teams won all 
other conference games. The Buc's downed Howard Payne 33-7 in the first 



170 




SECOND TEAM — left to right: Bratton, 
Wilson, Gray, Cobb. 



scey, Huggins, Pack, Guinn, Hamric, Jonas, Moore, 



home game of the season. In San Antonio, the mighty Pirates devastated a 
comparatively weak Randolph Field team 77-0, with Jim Francis kicking 
eleven straight conversions for a record. The winning Pirates took two in 
successive home games from Southeastern Oklahoma Teachers 21-6, and 
the homecoming game with Austin College 34-0. The last conference game, 
played in Abilene, completed the Pirates' undefeated conference play with 
a 41-0 victory over the McMurray Indians. The Buc's finished the season 
with a 34-20 defeat at the hands of ths Louisiana Tech eleven. 

Much credit is due the coaching staff of R. M. Medley, G. F. Smith and 
Eddie Bryant for their fine work in handling the team. Max Jones, one of 
the finest centers in S.U. history, wen the mainstay of the line while the 
Pirates' wonder-boy, Joe Evans, starred in the backfield. Along with these 
Dan Davenport, a bulwark at tackle; Frankie Means, a splendid quarterback; 
Ed Butler, an aggressive guard, and the sensational Ted Bare at end; 
claimed honors on the All-Conference team. Other dependables of the 
starting team were Eddie McFarland and Zack Moore, guards; Speedy 
Chafin, tackle; Bill Vernon and Jim Francis in the backfield. Many others 
proved stalwarts, with the team generally being a hard-working, capable 
group of athletes. 



171 





FRANK MEANS — Back 

Two Year Letterman 
The only four sport letterman in 
modern Southwestern history. A 
smart quarterback, Means over- 
came an injury to become all-con- 
ference. Team's passer. 




4t?A 



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JOE EVANS 

Two Year Letterman 
Southwestern's little Ail-American 
nominee and hard driving full- 
back. With speed to burn, the 185- 
lb. All-Conference star is rated as 
one of the best backs in Texas. 







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172 





MAX JONES — Center 

Two Year Letterman 
Big and fast, this all-conference 
center gained himself recognition 
as one of the finest football play- 
ers in S.U. history 



DAN DAVENPORT — Tackle 

Two Year Letterman 
This all-conference bulwark has a 
lion's share in S.U.'s successful 
record this year. Six foot eight and 
a half, Davenport lives in the op- 
ponents' backfield. 




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ED BUTLER — Guard 

One Year Letterman 
A fighting guard if there ever was 
one, Ed is all conference in any 
competition. Former All-Southwest 
Conference star for Texas U. 



TED BARE — End 

Three Year Letterman 
A blessing to any coach, Ted 
proved a cinch for all-conference. 
Most valuable athlete in '45, Bare 
has added more laurels to his im- 
pressive record by sensational 
play. 




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JIM FRANCIS — Back 

Three Year Letterman 



SPEEDY CHAFIN — Tackle 

Two Year Letterman 



ZACK MOORE — Guard 

Three Year Letterman 



JOHN ULREY — End 

Three Year Letterman 







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RICHARD DAILEY — Tackle 

Three Year Letterman 



BOB HAMRIC — Back 

Two Year Letterman 



ED STARRY — End 

One Year Letterman 



JIMMY JONAS — Back 

One Year Letterman 




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DICK KREAGER — Back 

One Year Squadman 



DWIGHT HOUSE — End 

One Year Letterman 



J. D. BURNS — Back 

One Year Squadman 



MORRIS BRATTON — End 

Four Year Letterman 




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BILL PACK — Guard 

One Year Letterman 



BILL VERNON — Back 

Two Year Letterman 



BEN COBB — End 

One Year Letterman 



WALTER RUTHSTROM — Back 

Two Year Letterman 




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TOM KIRKSCEY — Tackle 

One Year Letterman 



BOB WALKER — Guard 

Two Year Squadman 



CHARLES SHELLY — Back 

One Year Squadman 



JOE STANSELL — Guard 

One Year Squadman 









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CAROL BURTON — Tackle 

One Year Squadman 



HENRY SHEPHERD — Center 

One Year Squadman 



ANDY ALLISON — Back 

One Year Squadman 



HILTON SCOTT — Tackle 

One Year Squadman 




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DEWEY BAKER — Back 

One Year Squadman 



BILL HUGGINS — Back 

One Year Squadman 



BEN HAMRIC — Guard 

One Year Squadman 



DAN STEVENS — Center 

One Year Squadman 




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DAN PARMALEE — Back 

One Year Squadman 



JIMMY WELLS — Center 

One Year Letterman 



CLEM COLEMAN — Back 

Two Year Squadman 



BLAIR JAMES — Manager 

Two Year Letterman 





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David Switzer, Pitcher 

Two Year Letterman 



SOUTHWESTERN BASEBALL 1947 

The Southwestern baseball team coached by Fran- 
cis Smith, got off to a fast start by defeating St. Ed- 
wards of Austin 3-1. The victory was short-lived 
though for a loss was in store for the Bucs at the hands 
of the Aggie Bees. This loss was very efficiently and 
completely avenged at a return duel here in George- 
town in which the Bees were thoroughly trounced by 
the score of 16-4. 

Southwestern went ahead to complete one of the 
most successful baseball seasons seen here at S. U. 
The Pirates would beyond a doubt have won the 
Texas Conference Championship if the conference 
had chosen to participate in baseball. 

Outstanding for the Pirates were: Bill Hartley, Dave 
Switzer, and Frank Means. Most of these boys will be 
back next year and budding young stars such as 
Richard Lynch will be grizzled veterans of tomorrow. 
Looking back on this year we want to be quick to 
wish the whole team the best of luck for next year. 



Treacher" Adams in Action 




Following is a list of games played this past season 
and their scores: 



Hardin 


8 


SU 


4 


ACC 


6 


SU 


1 


Hardin 


5 


SU 


9 


St. Edwards 


1 


SU 


3 


McMurry 


2 


SU 


9 


McMurry 


3 


SU 


9 


McMurry 


4 


SU 


3 


McMurry 


8 


SU 


11 


ACC 


7 


SU 




Hardin 


2 


SU 


10 


A & M "B" 


11 


SU 


1 


Hardin 


5 


SU 


9 


A & M "B" 


4 


SU 


16 











Baseball 



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Clayton Franz 


Lee Adams 


Third Base 


Pitcher 


One Year Letterman 


Two Year Letterman 



Bob Hamric 
Shortstop 

Three Year Letterman 



Arthur Goethe 
Left Field 

One Year Letterman 



Vincent Ransleben 
Second Base 

One Year Letterman 



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Jim Francis 
Outfielder 

Three Year Letterman 



Frank Means 
First Base 

Two Year Letterman 



Bill Hartley 
Catcher 

One Year Letterman 



Richard Lynch 
Pitcher 

One Year Letterman 



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Jolly Pridgeon 
Centerfielder 

One Year Letterman 



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Basketball 



Robert Hamric 

Two Year Letterman 



BASKETBALL SEASON 1947 

The Pirates had a fairly successful season in 
basketball, dropping only eight of 22 games. Bob 
Hamric was the top scorer of the SU squad, amass- 
ing 235 points in the games in which he partici- 
pated. Although Hamric was high point man, Bill 
Huggins set the individual scoring record for one 
single game with 31 points. The Bucs ran up a 
total of" 987 points to 956 for their opponents. 

The final scores of all the games are as follows: 



John Ulrey 

Three Year Letterman 



Dan Davenport 

Two Year Letterman 




SU 


36 


St. Edwards 


40 


SU 


43 


St. Marys 


42 


SU 


51 


St. Edwards 


33 


SU 


47 


St. Marys 


34 


SU 


48 


Daniel Baker 


28 


SU 


45 


Daniel Baker 


26 


SU 


54 


BMAC Comets 


76 


SU 


56 


BMAC Comets 


50 


SU 


50 


ACC 


53 


SU 


32 


McMurry 


31 


SU 


50 


Hardin 


42 


SU 


39 


Texas U. 


63 


SU 


38 


Howard Payne 


36 


SU 


48 


Hardin 


38 


SU 


48 


McMurry 


33 


SU 


43 


Texas Wesleyan 


62 


SU 


33 


Austin College 


36 


SU 


37 


Austin College 


31 


SU 


33 


Texas Wesleyan 


57 


SU 


45 


Howard Payne 


57 


SU 


51 


ACC 


34 


SU 


66 


Westminster 


34 



Merle Cartwright 



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J. B. Gasaway 



Frank Means 

One Year Letterman 



Mac Burchett 



Ted Bare 



Jim Francis 

Three Year Letterman 



Dave Medley 

Two Year Letterman 




TRACK 




Spring Relay Joe Evans Robert Gorril Jimmy Jonas Clem Coleman 

Two Year Letterman One Year Letterman Two Year Letterman Two Year Letterman 



Mile Relay 



Ben Cobb, Robert Gorrill, Bill Vernon, Jimmy Jonas 




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CLYDE SWENSON 


BILL VERNON 


BEN COBB 


ED STARRY 


Javlin 


Javlin 


Quarter Mile 


Broad Jump 


One Year Letterman 


Two Year Letterman 


One Year Letterman 


Two Year Lettermc 




SOUTHWESTERN TRACK TEAM 1947 

The Southwestern track team partici- 
pated in track meets in all parts of the state 
and distinguished themselves in every con- 
test. 

Led by the fast-moving evangelist, Clem 
Coleman, the Bucs won honors in some of 
the biggest track meets of the year. Be- 
sides copping third place in the conference 
meet, the Pirates took sixth place in the na- 
tionally famous Fort Worth Exposition 
Show. The Buc's won a duel meet in Kerr- 
ville against Schriner. The Pirates gar- 
nered further honors in track meets at La- 
redo, Brownwood, San Marcos and at the 
Texas Relays at Austin. 

Other stars of the Buc thinly clads in- 
clude Bill Vernon, an expert with the jave- 
lin, and Joe Evans, top Sprinter. Robert 
"Yank" Gorril and Jimmy Jonas were also 
outstanding. 

This was a building year for the tracK 
team. Coach Medley's charges thrived, 
on hard work and long practices. 




CLYDE SWENSON CLEM COLEMAN 

High Hurdles High Hurdles and Low Hurd 

One Year Letterman Two Year Letterman 




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FRANK MEANS WOZY DIBRELL MAC SNODGRASS 

)iscus and Broad-jump High Jump Shot-Put 

One Year Letterman One Year Letterman One Year Letterman 



CHARLIE HAHN WAREN HAHN DEWEY HART 
Half-Mile Quarter-Mile Quarter-Mile 





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TENNIS 





BILL LEAK 
Texas Conference Singles Champion 



WELDON MAYS 
Pirates Number Two Man 



The Pirates won laurels in tennis this year, with Bill Leak copping the singles crown. The Buc's 
doubles team of Leak and Mayes reached the semi-finals in conference play, with a superior brand 
of tennis. In other tournaments the Pirates were generally successful, winning four, tying one, and 
losing two. Leak, a tall New Yorker, was the sensation of the courts. 



Leak and Mays in Action 



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B.A. 
Speech 
English 



Carroll H. Thompson 

B.A. 
History 
Bible 



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B.S. 
Foods and Nutrition 




Paul John Charles Laubach 

B.S. 

Chemistry 
Physics 



William D. Blunk 


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Dean of Westminster 






B.A., MA. 






Education 






Government 






William M. Greenwaldt 






B.S., B.D. 






Religious Education 






Economics 








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Mrs. C. A. Moore 


Noemi Schuchman 


A.B., MA. 


A.B. 


B.S. 


Work Supervisor 


Graduate Diploma 


Foreign Language 


Engineering 


Librarian 





Faculty 



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Cox, Mary Deania 

Mexia 



Goodrich, Chesley 

Goosecreek 







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Collidge 



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Mexia 



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Mexia 



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Hillsboro 



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Sophomores 





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Mexia 



Price, Garland 

Mexia 



Tyner. Johnnie Mae 

Mexia 

Willis, John Earner 

Tehuacana 






Lightsey, Erie Ellice 

Mexia . 

Richardson, Betsy 

Mexia . 




Weston, John Morris 

Corpus Christi 



Williams, Mildred 

Tehuacana 







Sophomores 



202 




Beene, Thelma Jean 

Mexia 



Brown, James 

Mexia 

Brown.- Travis Dean 

Brownwood 



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Wortham 



Burleson, Wayman 

Groesbeck 



Blasingame, George 

Coolidge 



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Tehuacana 




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Mexia 

Brown, Harold 

Fairfield 



Campbell, James Howard 

Mexia 





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Tehuacana 

Cox, Ray 

Mexia 



Day, Herbert 

Teague 




Cate, Pledger 

Mexia 



Dorris, Eddie 

Mexia 



Cockerell, Florene 

Wortham 



Dyson, Bernard 

Mexia 



Cochrum, John 

Coolidge 



Crow, Camp 

Tehuacana 

Fisher, Norris 

Mertens 







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204 




Fortson, Goldie Day 

Mexia 



Herring, Guy 

Coolidge 

Higgins, James 

Tehuacana 





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Mexia 




Glazener, William Theo 

Fairfield 



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Tehuacana 

Harvey, Jackie 

Mexia 



Holloway, Billy Wayne 

Pollock, La. 



Hudson, Troy 

Coolidge 




Hunt, Robert 

Kosse 




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Freshmen 






Kennedy. J. Dell 

Mexia 


Manning. Dwaine 

Teague 


Matthews, Leslie 

Mexia 

McClendon, Joseph 

Pollock, La. 

McFadin, Billie 

Fairfield 



Jenkins. Elizabeth Anne 

Wortham 






McBay. Randolph 

Mexia 






McClintock, Zack 

Mexia 


McDonald, Don 

Mexia 


McDonald, Robert 

Mexia 




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206 




McKinney, Robert 

Mexia 



McKissick. H. C. 

Mexia 




McLoed, S. D 

Fairfield 






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Fairfield 

Mitchell, Joe Edd 

Kosse 





Melton, Frances Lee 

Fredericksburg 

Miller, Harper 

Teague 



Moody, Billy Joe 

Tehuacana 



Moody, Hazel 

Tehuacana 




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Coolidge 



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Mexia 




Phillips. Jule 

Mexia 




Morris, Aubrey 

Mexia 








Phillips, Melvin 

Mexia 








Place, Bernard 

Wortham 


Rasco, Jack 

Thornton 


Rasco, Joe 

Thornton 


Rasco, Walter 

Thornton 







Freshmen 



208 




Reese, James 

Groesbeck 



Rogers, J. W. 

Teague 



Spencer, John Summers 

Teague 



Smith, Shirley 

Mexia 



Steward, Roger 

Fairfield 



Terry, Jack 

Fairfield 



Vinson, Raymond 

Coolidge 



White, Janis 

Mexia 





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Freshmen 









Sophomore 






Favorites 







Mildred Williams 







Roy Cockerell 







Freshman 
Favorites 



Goldie Fortson 



Ray Cox 








STUDENT COUNCIL 



Mary Deania Cox Robert McDonald 

Secretary President 



Leslie Matthews 

Vice-President 



J. W. Rogers 

Freshman 
Representative 



Goldie Fortson 

Freshman 
Representative 



Wilfred Lauderdale 

Sophomore 
Representative 



Frances Melton 

Secretary 
Freshman Class 



Herman Buzbee 

Sophomore 
Representative 
(Not Pictured) 



CLASS OFFICERS 



Elizabeth Jenkins 

Treasurer 
Freshman Class 



Howard Campbell 

Vice-President 
Freshman Class 



Betsy Richardson 

President 
Sophomore Class 



Roy Cockerell 

Vice-President 
Sophomore Class 



Mildred Williams 

Secretary -Treasurer 
Sophomore Class 



Norris Fisher 

President 
Freshman Class 




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taking undergraduate work. N indicates Navy; V indicates Veterans; (*) Own Guardian. 



STUDENT HOME ADDRESS 

Abbott, Elizabeth Ann, 1 1320 Live Oak, Beaumont 

Abendroth, B. R., 1 Thompsons, Texas 

Adams, Claude T., 2V(*) Marble Falls, Texas 

Adams, Donald Raymond, 2V 709 B. Myrtle, Inglewood, Calif. 

Adams, Ira Lee, 2V(*)..... : Box 13, Salado, Texas 

Albright, Joseph Finley, 2... 427 S. Baxter, Tyler 

Albritton, Garland Reed, 1V(*) Kerens, Texas 

Alexander, Robert D., 2N 146 Pear Walk, San Antonio 

Allen, Robert Wood, 4V.... Box 325, Hearne, Texas 

Alley, Mary Kathryn, 2 Box 146, Eagle Lake 

Allison, Andy Carroll, 1 1821 Olmos Dr., San Antonio 

Anderson, Clifton Edward, 1V(*). ....Box 221, Manor, Texas 

Anderson, Harry Louis, 2V 1708 Frederick, Ft. Worth 

Anderson, Melba Dean, 1... 614 Dallas, Big Spring 

Anderson, Ouentin, 1V(*) Box 95, Thrall, Texas 

Armstrong, Doris Ann, 3 434 Broadview Dr., San Antonio 

Armstrong, Jack L., 2 621 E. 83rd, Chicago, 111. 

Armstrong, W. L„ 2V(*) 621 E. 83rd, Chicago, 111. 

Arnold, Jean, 2 231 St. John, San Antonio 

Atkins, Hardin Louis, III, 3V Box 3187, Odessa, Texas 

Atkins, Joseph Noble, 4 1416 Sam Houston, Odessa 

Atkinson, Kenneth Wayne, 2N 205 N. Covington, Hillsboro 

Avant, James Ross, 1.. Dilley, Texas 

Ayres, William A., 2V(*) 1700 Ashland, Ft. Worth 

Bailey, Mrs. Mabel 3(*) 206 N. 19th St., Gatesville 

Bain, Betty, 2 1926 W. Magnolia, San Antonio 

Baker, Claude William, Jr., 1 Rt. 1, Dale, Texas 

Baker, Dewey Mack, IV Box 121, Winters, Texas 

Baker, Mary Helen, 3 202 W. Washington, Harlingen 

Barber, Dorothy, 1 710 Francis Ave., Houston 

Barcus, Marianne, 4. 1117 Meander, Abilene 

Bare, Theodore C, 4V(*) 244 S. Central, Chino, California 

Barfield, Josephine, 3 Box 265, Hebbronville 

Berkley, Betty,. 2 1922 North Blvd., Houston 

Barkley, Jeanne, 2 ..Box 116, Marquez, Texas 

Barnes, Mary Nell, 3 Chester, Texas 

Bartley, Norma Beatrice, 4(*) 1006 Ash St., Georgetown 

Bass, Charles Elmer, IV Box 113, Holland, Texas 

Bass, Frank M., IV 905 Morgan Ave., Cuero 

Bass, Kenneth Edward, 3V(*) Box 113, Holland, Texas 

Bass, Sam, 2V(*) .722 Peddie, Houston 

Bayer, Ben B., IV 1303 Olive, Georgetown 

Bayer, Narcissa Aiken, 1(*) 1303 Olive, Georgetown 

Bean, Carew, 2V .3211 Oakdale, Houston 

Beane, Lois, 3 Box 475, Eagle Lake 

Beckman, Raymond Walter, 1V(*) Box 65, Weir, Texas 

Bell, Elmina Charlene, 2 Box 123, Gregory, Texas 

Bell, Jerry Deane, 2 3402 Amherst, Houston 

Benson, C. A., 1 2809 Austin, Corpus Christi 

Bernger, Norman Martin, IV 406 Elm St., Georgetown 

Bertram, Charles William, 1V(*) Rt. 1, Damon, Texas 

Bethany, Sue, 4 Box 443, Bryan, Texas 

Bethea, Frances S., 2 Box 543, Wharton, Texas 

Bethea, Grace Fisher, 3(*) Box 543, Wharton, Texas 

Betts, Bill, 2 608 Walnut St., Wharton 

Bigon, Johnny 1V(*) Box 11, Rt. 1, Granger, Texas 

Billo, James D„ 3(*) 132 7th Ave. N., Texas City 

Birkelbach, Joyce 1 3130 Albans, Houston 

Birtchet, Malcolm Graham, 1V(*) Rt. 4, Box 365, Houston 

Bisbey, Robert George, 1 5016 Denver, Galveston 

Black, Helen Earle, 2 403 Elm, Georgetown 

Blackford, Kenneth, 3 2704 Homan, Waco 

Blackman, Darrell, 3V(*) Box D, Hutto, Texas 



Blake, Wilbourn George, IV 1922 Ave. P, Galveston 

Blalock, Jesse Price, PG 104 S. Washington, Marshall 

Blank, H. Richard, 3 913 Walnut, Georgetown 

Blissard, E. V., Jr., 3V(*) 600 E. Gulf, Goose Creek 

Block, Aleene, 3 Box 674, Port Neches 

Blocksam, Clara Mae, 1 Box 1043, Roswell, N. M. 

Blodzinski, Edward J., 4V(*) 31 Nevada Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Blomquist, Milton Hart, 1V(*) 318 West 9th St., Taylor 

Blount, Lawrence, 1V(*) 822 Tennessee, Palestine 

Blount, Mary Elizabeth, 4 822 Tennessee, Palestine 

Bohac, Dorothy Marie, 1 Rt. 1, Granger, Texas 

Bohannan, Jack Lee, 1 Rt. 1, Box 244, McAllen 

Boone, Leslie A., 1V(*). Box 385, Temple 

Boozer, Aubrey, 1V(*) 1108 Winston, Houston 

Boriski, Ray, 2V(*) .709 Peddie, Houston 

Borrell, Oswaldo, 1(*) Calle 31 Este 6 Panama, Panama 

Bosse, Ernest, 3V 516 Sycamore St., Bonham 

Bossy, Patricia, 2 .102 Parklane Dr., San Antonio 

Bounds, Lloyd D., 3V(*) . Hondo, Texas 

Box, Mason, 2V Llano, Texas 

Boyd, Elma Lottie, 4 Box 63, Glen Flora, Texas 

Brabham, Patricia, 3 Box 767, Kerrville, Texas 

Brack, Douqlas D., IV.... Brackenridge Apts., 1201E, Austin 

Bradbury, Dorothy Vernon, 2 Box 352, Kilgore, Texas 

Bradford, D. T., 3V(*) Box 893, Idalou, Texas 

Bradley, George, 3V(*) 1021 Brownlee, Corpus Christi 

Bradley, Marye Louise, 2 6027 Reiger, Dallas 

Brandt, Edward, 1V(*) Rt. 4, Elgin 

Bratton, Morris Harvey, 4V(*). ,....114 Claude St., Cleburne 

Brazil, Jessie Pat, 1 Box 24, Lometa, Texas 

Breeding, W. Jerry, IV 3232 W. 6th St., Ft. Worth 

Brendle, Harmon Lybrand, 4V(*)....1806 E. Gadsden. Pensacola, Fla. 

Brennan, Bob, IN 883 Hamilton, Waterbury, Conn. 

Brewer, Lajean, 2 5718 Velasco, Dallas 

Brigman, George, 2 , Box 511, Uvalde, Texas 

Briscoe, Bobbie Ann, 1 1308 Lee, Alvin, Texas 

Broadwell, Alice, 1 2334 Robinhood, Houston 

Brown, Bob, PGV(*) Box 15, San Diego, Texas 

Brown, Charles E., 1(*) 1501 Pine, Georgetown 

Brown, Doris Ann, 1 Box 160, Rocksprings 

Brown, Frances Eastin 1(*) 507 Cypress, Orange 

Brucks, Nettie Ruth, 3. Rt. 4, Robstown, Texas 

Bryant, Jane, 1 1000 Montocito, San Angelo 

Buck, Billie Conkle, 1(*) Box 644, Seguin, Texas 

Buck, Haldor Robert, 4V(*) 778 Baker, Seguin,. Texas 

Bunton, Beverly Jean, 1 Box 295, Marfa, Texas 

Burgoyne, Mary Jeanne, 1 408 Abisco, San Antonio 

Burkhardt, Harold Dean, 1 3202 Topeka, Corpus Christi 

Burman, Alice Ruth, 2 Marble Falls, Texas 

Burney, V. Dan, 2V .812 West 2nd St., Ft. Worth 

Burnham, Jack, IV Rt. 2, San Saba, Texas 

Burnham, Robert J„ 1V(*) .101 Park St., Canton, N. Y. 

Burns, J. D., 1V(*) Box 85, Holland 

Burns, Joseph, 2V 104 W. Rouss, Cuero 

Burris, Evan W., 1V(*) 3123 Amherst St., Houston 

Burton, Carol Richard, 1 Lockhart, Texas 

Busfield, Roger M„ 4V(*) 1701 Summit View, Austin 

Butler, Franklin, 4V(*) .1312 Ash, Georgetown 

Butler, Martha, 1 Karnes City, Texas 

Byfield, Molly Gene, 3 .326 Llano, Texas 

Byrom, James Stiles, IV Box 24, Georgetown 

Byrom, Julia Katherine, PGV(*) Box 24, Georgetown 

Cabron, Edwin L, 1V(*) - Rt. 1, Waelder, Texas 



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Cameron, Eugenia, 1 804 Fargo St., Houston 

Cannan, Mary Lee, 3 Box 366, Price, Texas 

Cannell, Nancy Margaret, 4 424 N. Broadway, McAllen 

Cannon, Barbara, 1 733 N. Mill, Henderson 

Carlson, Wallace Harold, 3V(*) Rt. 3, Box 9, Georgetown 

Carlson, Virgil F., 2V Rt. 1, Box 30, Hutto 

Carson, Elaine Marie, 3 6651 Myrtle, Houston 

Carter, Robert Jennings, 2V(*) 403 Bowie St., Luling 

Carter, Thomas Ellsworth, 2V Rt. 10, Box 248, Ft. Worth 

Carter, Wendell Carl, 3(*) Box 209, Rt. 3, Georgetown 

Cartwright, Lewis Merle, 2N 803 Roache, California, Missouri 

Cary, Howard, 1 Box 35, Laredo, Texas 

Casey, fames Odis, 4V(*) 1302 College, Georgetown 

Caskey, Readey, 4V(*) Box 430, Lampasas, Texas 

Cathey, James William, 1V(*) Rt. 3, Midlothian, Texas 

Cavitt, Sheridan Duncan, 1 Box 202, Bartlett, Texas 

Cayard, William Wallace, 1V(*) ...Box 1995, Port Neches 

Ceirco, Dorothy, 3 7337 Neyland, Houston 

Chadwick, Anasue, 2 318 Teneha St., Center 

Chadwick, Charles William, 2 4712 LaFayette, Ft. Worth 

Chafin, James L„ 4V(*) 1002 Elm, Georgetown 

Chafin, Mary Louise, 1 1002 Elm, Georgetown 

Chafin, Oney Lee, IV 1002 Elm, Georgetown 

Chafin, Othel V, 4V(*) 1002 Elm, Georgetown 

Chambers, Frank Wilson, 3V(*) Glendale Rt., Star City, Ark. 

Chandler, Janis, 4 Box 97, Groveton 

Charles, John Davis, 1 Rt. 3, Box 78, Rockdale 

Charles, Reginald Odell, 1 Rt. 3, Box 78, Rockdale 

Chatham, Thomas Beall, 3V(*) 1309 College, Georgetown 

Cheek, Leona Catharine, 1 2310 Pearl, Fort Worth 

Chudej, Eugene Robert, 2(*) 210 Migl, Yoakum 

Clark, Dorothy Jane, 1 Box 632, Laredo, Texas 

Clayton, William James, IV.. 1516 W. 5th, Corsicana 

Cobb, Ben Wilson, 2V(*) Rt. 1, Calvert 

Cocke, Helen Theresa, 2 914 Walnut, Georgetown 

Coffman, Jack, 1 3102 Nottingham, Houston 

Coleman, Mary Margaret, 1 Box 825, Conroe, Texas 

Coleman, Robert Emerson, 3 3315 W. Jefferson, Dallas 

Collier, Maribel, 2 327 E. Cowan Dr., Houston 

Cone, Frances, 2 Box 427, Rosebud 

Conquest, Shelley Anita, 4 Box 111, Pharr 

Cook, Mary Nell, 1 Box 149, Big Spring 

Cooper, Bettye Faye, 2 3219 Crawford, Houston 

Cooper, D. C, 2V(*) 1303 Ash, Georgetown 

Cooper, Foster, 3V(*) 504 E. 12th, Georgetown 

Cooper, Marilyn Trouthardt, 4 1403 Elm St., Georgetown 

Cooper, Terry, 1 1303 Ash St., Georgetown 

Cox, Christopher Randolph, IV .1613 Ave. E, Bay City 

Cox, Sam, 4V(*) 500 S. Ross, Mexia 

Crooke, Janet, 2 Box 666, Conroe 

Crow, Bettye Lou, 2 3224 Tenth, Port Arthur 

Crowley, Clem N., PGV(*) 1006 Ash, Georgetown 

Crownover, Larry Edwin, IV 2114 Santa Monica, San Antonio 

Cullen, Jerry, 1 2920 Ave. Ql/ 2 , Galveston 

Culpepper, Kathryn, 1 Box 188, Clarkwood 

Cummins, Rena Louise, 1 808 Park Ave., Palestine 

Cundiff, Hugh, 4V(*) Box 183, Buffalo 

Cunningham, Carolyn, 2 4811 San Jacinto, Houston 

Curry, Betty Harris, 1 120 Easy, Marlin 

Daily, Richard Louis, 3V(*) 415 S. 22nd, Temple 

Daniel, Edwin Bernard, IV Rt. 1, Florence, Texas 

Davenport, Dan, 3(*) 319 Carval, San Antonio 

Dare, Milton King, 2V Box 551, Robstown, Texas 

Davidson, Ann, 2 2305 S. Shepherd, Houston 

Davidson, Roger Edward, 2V 10510 Woolworth, Los Angeles 

Davis, Dawn Marie, 2. 1339 Sacramento, San Antonio 

Davis, Emory Lowell, 3V(*) Box 140, Lelia Lake 

Davis, Geneva Marie, 2 8157 Ogden, Houston 



Davis, Jack, 4V(*) 7049 DeSoto St., Canoga Park, Calif. 

Dalvis, Oran Leland, 3V(*) Box 140, Lelia Lake 

Davis, Ruth Marie, 4 Box 223, Baytown, Texas 

Davis, William Hemphill, 4V(*). 601 Austin, Georgetown 

Davison, Donald C, 1V(*) Box 289, Texas City 

Davison, L. V., 2V(*). 401 Mechanic, El Campo 

Deckard, Blanche, 1(*) Rt. 9, Box 61, Springfield, Mo. 

Deckard, M. Frances, 1(*) Rt. 9, Box 61, Springfield, Mo. 

De la Rosa, Luis, 2 Sierra Nevada 440, Mexico City, Mexico 

Delbridge, Robert Carroll, 1V(*).... Box 1334, Big Spring 

Dent, Ouida Mae, 3 Box 187, Timpson 

Dent, Roy Monroe, 1 Box 187, Timpson 

Derr, Beulah Mae, 3 Rt. 1, Quitman 

Deschner, Henry William, 1V(*) , Box 182, Gonzales 

Deschner, Reinhart Phillip, IV Box 182, Gonzales 

DeSirey, Donald Bate, 2N 834 4th, Clinton, Iowa 

Dewald, Henry, 4V(*) Copperas Cove, Texas 

Dewald, Louis F„ 1V(*) Rt. 1, Florence 

Dibrell, John L., IV Box 172, Rocksprings 

Dickens, Adelle, 1 Box 435, Burnet, Texas 

Dickerson, Scott Matthews, IV 2712 8th, Bay City 

Dickerson, T. E., 3V(*) Box 672, Cotulla, Texas 

Dickinson, Calvin Hendrix, IV Box 971, Taylor 

Dietz, Edwin C, 2V(*) Box 523, Fredericksburg 

Dillingham, J. D„ IN Hood Village, Camp Hood 

Diminitt, Beulah Mae, 2 2670 North, Beaumont 

Dismuke, J. B., 1 Floresville, Texas 

Ditterline, C. Edward, 3V(*) 1221 Austin, Georgetown 

Ditterline, Juanita Allen, 1(*) 2019 E. 7th, Pueblo, Colo. 

Dittmar, Victor Herman, 2V(*) Doss, Texas 

Dobbs, Billy Don, IV Rt. 5, Box 207, Palestine 

Dodd, Mary Ella, 2 3517 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas 

Dolan, Eleanor, 4 1612 Main, Georgetown 

Dolan, Patricia Bess, 2 1612 Main, Georgetown 

Dougherty, Jack B„ 2V(*) 326 Naples, Corpus Christi 

Drake, Robert, 1 Box 66, Edna 

Duerson, Dolores, 4 Box 806, Harlingen 

Duncan, Wallace W., 2. Box 848, Alpine 

Dunn, Freda Frances, 3 2600 6th, Ft. Worth 

Dunnam, Norma Lee, 3 Fostoria, Texas 

Dupree, Mary Beth, 3 2320 18th, Lubbock 

Durdin, Betty Jo, 2. 2355 Ashley, Beaumont 

Dwiggins, John Boyce, 5V(*) 511 Wheeler, Breckenridge 

Dyer, Jack Leon, 2V(*) 1507 Pine, Georgetown 

Dyer, Robert Harris, 1 Box 512, Henderson 

Earhart, Joan Laverna, 2 3315 Rosedale, Houston 

Easley, Martha Jane, 4 Rt. 1, Georgetown 

Eaton, Glendale Marion, 3V Box 561, Palestine 

Ebert, Ruth Henrietta, 3 1204 N. Milam, Seguin 

Edens, Raymond Maurice, 1V(*) 1610 Austin, Georgetown 

Eimann, Gilbert A., IV 806 S. Baylor, Brenham 

Eimann, William B„ 2V(*) 806 S. Baylor, Brenham 

Ellett, Mildred Ashton, 1 .4220 Garrett, Houston 

Ellis, Anabel, 3 Box 693, Robstown, Texas 

Elrod, George Dulaney, 4V(*) 1024 Hts., Houston 

Enochs, Lewis Kenneth, 5(*) 436 S. Center, Orange, Calif. 

Ernst, Alma Caroline, 2 Rt. 5, Box 422, San Antonio 

Etter, Wales Dorothy, 3 2841 S. 11th, Abilene 

Evans, Joe . Dennis, 3V(*) Box 42, Blanket, Texas 

Everett, Mark Wilmot, 4V(*) 740 Box, Conroe, Texas 

Fabian, Harold F„ 1V(*) Box 504, Raymondville 

Falvey, Tom, 1 Conroe, Texas 

Farris, Dorothy Nell, 3 1251 Main, Georgetown 

Feagin, Robert B., 2V(*) 615 Euclid, Houston 

Feller, Verlon Eli, 3 Box 582, San Benito 

Ferguson, Marjorie Ann, 1 98 Texas, Leesville, La. 

Ferguson, Robert Monk, 1V(*) 98 Texas, Leesville, La. 

Fernandez, Margie Nell, 1 -Box 54, Fishkill, N. Y. 



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Finley, Frank E., 2V(*) 1012 W. 23rd, Austin 

Fischer, Joseph, 2V(*) Box 4, Fairfield, Texas 

Fisher, June Elizabeth, 1 Utopia, Texas 

Floyd, Henry Eugene, 1V(*) 203 Chambers, Marlin 

Fletcher, Mary Frances, 2 Harper, Texas 

Flynn, Jimmy, 1 712 S. 7th, Temple 

Flynt, Hugh Brooks, IV Rt. 1, Ferris, Texas 

Fogg, Marie, 4 Box 253, Diboll, Texas 

Folse, Parker, 1 1194 Lucas, Beaumont 

Fontaine, Joy, 1..... Rt. 2, Cameron 

Fore, Sam, 4 '. 1427 Eunice, Corpus Christi 

Forson, Abbie Patricia, 1 Box 842, Taylor 

Forsvall, Clarence, 3V(*) Box 394, Georgetown 

Foster, Donna Jane, 2 Box 124, Hunt 

Foster, John K., 1V(*) Box 124, Hunt 

Foster, John Wood, 1 518 Evans, San Antonio 

Foster, Rebecca Tapley, 1(*) Box 124, Hunt 

Foster, Rosanne Rippy, 1 Box 728, Bryan 

Foster, Fred Wesley, 1V(*) . Box 124, Hunt 

Foster, William C, 1 914 Terrell, Cuero 

Francis, James Arthur, 4V(*) 3012 Fort, El Paso 

Franz, Clayton Rubin, 1 117 E. Austin, Fredericksburg 

French, George Walter, 4(*) Dawson, Texas 

Frilon, Barbara Helen, 2 3212 Oak Lawn, Dallas 

Fuller, Vernon Luther, 3V(*) 8509 Gibbons, Houston 

Fullerton, Frederick, 2V(*) Box 590, Taylor 

Furlong, Nalette Willard, 2 2516 Addison Rd., Houston 

Gagor, Hortense, 1 4600 Woodlawn Dr., Pt. Arthur, Texas 

Gaida, Edward, 2V(*) Box 394, Granger 

Gailey, Jo Ann, 2 206 Sherwood, San Antonio, Texas 

Gambrell, John B., 2V .1415 Wathen Ave., Austin 

Gasaway, J. T., 1V(*) Rt. 4, Box 365, Houston 

Gates, Griffith, 3V(*) 500 Jersey, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Gatlin, William Horace, 4V(*) 710 West Page, Dallas 

Geeslin, lee Gaddis, PGV(*) Box 30, Brady, Texas 

Ghiselin, Betty, 4 6512 Sewanee, Houston 

Giffen, Larry Arthur, 2V 606 N. 6th, Temple 

Giles, Dorothy, 1 18 N. 2nd, Temple 

Gilliam, Lafayette Camp, 3 Floresville, Texas 

Gillum, Jack L., PG(*) : 1507 S. Oliver, Georgetown 

Gilmore, Jimmy, 1 715 Jackson, McGregor 

Glendenning, Margaret, 1 402 N. Broadway, McAllen 

Goethe, George Arthur, 1V(*) 212 W. 21st St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Goiter, Bob, 2 326 W. 23rd, Houston 

Gordon, Gloria Clarice, 3 Louise, Texas 

Goril, Robert B., 2N 13301 Burlev, Chicago, 111. 

Gorrell, Gordon R., 1 408 Water, Kerrville 

Gray, Marvin Edward, 1V(*) Box 123, West Columbia 

Grafton, Herbert Duane, 3V(*) 513 E. Garfield, Del Rio 

Greathouse, Claude Wade, 2V(*) 1118 S. 5th, Temple 

Green, Dana Sid, 2V(*) .. Box 163, Copperas Cove 

Green, Ray Garland, 4V(*) Azle, Texas 

Greer, Barry D., 4V(*) 1424 W. Ave. J, San Angelo, Texas 

Griffin, E. B„ 1V(*) Box 645, Brownsville 

Grimes, James William, 3V(*) .....Box 451, Bernice, La. 

Grimes, Virginia Rose, 2 .1330 Second, Corpus Christi 

Groth, Herbert Fred, 4V(*) Box 42, Marble Falls 

Gruenewald, Frances, 4 Rt. 2, Box 5, Georgetown 

Gunter, June, 2 512 W. Rusk, Marshall 

Guinn, Bert, 2 Box 893, Pharr 

Guthrie, Mrs. Rosemary Starnes Box 1072, Gladewater 

Guthrie, Ted, 1V(*) Box 1148, Gladewater 

Hackleman, Betty, 1 107 Florida, Corpus Christi 

Hahn, Dorothy Ann, 3 Rt. 4, Box 112, Fredericksburg 

Hahn, Lester, 2V. Rt. 4, Box 102, Fredericksburg 

Hahn, Warren, 2V(*) Rt. 4, Box 102, Fredericksburg 

Halbert, Sammie Lajuanna, 1 3740 Park, Beaumont 

Hall, Hollis O'Neal, 2N Rt. 1, Belton, Texas 



Hall, Margarette, 1 826 Yorkshire, San Antonio 

Hall, Mattie Jeanette, 1 Box 683, Bryan 

Halloran, Priscilla Jane, 3 ...608 Funston, San Antonio 

Hamblin, Charline, 1 903 10th, Corpus Christi 

Hamilton, F. Clayton, 1 Box 5338, Sonora 

Hammond, McLean -Thomas, 2 Box 474, Bumet 

Hamner, John Tod, 3. ...1305 Claremont, Houston 

Hamner, Philip Ellis, 1 137 Greenlawn, San Antonio 

Hamric, H. Benjamin 2V(*) Rt. 4, Box 109, Corpus Christi 

Hamric, Robert Edison, 3 Rt. 4, Box 109, Corpus Christi 

Hanna, William Horace, 3V(*) .Box 30, Jasper, Texas 

Hanson, Rox Ann, 2 1308 Lincoln, Houston 

Hardgrave, Shirley, 2 701 Palestine, Palestine 

Hardin, Franklin Mae, 1 Box 214, Llano 

Hardin, Mima Jeanne, 2 406 Hollydale, Bryan 

Hardin, Virginia Nell, 1 Box 214, West Columbia 

Hardison, Conrad Ray, 4V Donie, Texas 

Hardt, Annanelle, 4. 1701 W. Woodlawn, San Antonio 

Hardwick, William Howard, 4V(*) Box 1000, El Reno, Okla. 

Harmer, John William, IV 921 Ave. G, Bay City 

Harnest, Charley P., 2V.... 2118 Santa Monica St., San Antonio 

Harrell, George Fields, 3V(*) Box 96, Gause, Texas 

Harris, Waldo Boyd, 2(*) ....Rt. 1, Box 108, San Benito 

Hart, Andrew, IV Box 30, Jasper 

Hartley, Billy James, 1V(*) Box 124, San Saba, Texas 

Hassell, Lynda Lucille, 1 212 S. Ostrom, Eastland 

Hassler, John Warner, 3V ....Box 811, Port Neches 

Hatch, Bobby Lee, 4V(*) 3507 Pershing, El Paso 

Hatch, Edith Jane Edens, 4(*) .1101 Pine, Georgetown 

Hatley, Jonell, 1 1442 Peek, Port Arthur 

Hayman, Charles Arnold, IN 9 Forrest Lane, Salisbury, Md. 

Hays, Pope, IV 525 Prousser, San Angelo 

Heacock, Edward Wilson, 2 Box 156, Llano 

Heacock, Richard K., 3V(*) Box 159, Llano 

Hearn, Leo Charles, 1V(*) 139 Corona, San Antonio 

Heckman, Wn .jorman, IV Box 483, Burnet 

Hedrick, Peggy, 4.. 2917 W. Broadway, Corpus Christi 

Henderson, Dorothy Faye, 2 1715 Prairie, Beaumont 

Henry, Roy Larkin, 3 1308 Cypress St., Hearne 

Hersh, Cecil S., 1V(*) 1013 Galloping Hill Rd., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Higgins, John, 3V Lampasas, Texas 

Hill, Robert Lewis, 3V(*) 305 E. Navasota, Groesbeck 

Hobbs, Beverly Joyce, 1 Box 1167, Conroe, Texas 

Holley, Allen C, 3V(*) 508 Pillsbury Ct., Orange 

Holley, Bernice Murray, 3.. 2319 Albans, Houston 

Hollingsworth, Beverly, 2 3012 Tangley, Houston 

Holloway, Henry Meyer, 1 Box 518, Hondo,- Texas 

Holloway, Robert Lee, 2V(*) 505 Border, Arlington 

Hopkins, Joseph Allyn, 2 1535 W. 3rd Ave., Corsicana 

Horrigan, Mary Grace, 4 2211 Dickey PL, Houston 

House, Dwight Ray, 3V(*) Box 363, Artesia, New Mexico 

Howard, Addie Jane, 4 San Marcos Academy, San Marcos 

Howard, James Ray, IV 515 Jefferson, McGregor 

Howell, John R., 2V(*) 519 Colquith, Houston 

Hudler, Robert Lee 2V(*) 208 W. Forrest, Victoria 

Hudman, J. T., PGV(*) Mineral, Texas 

Hudson, Charlene, 3 Box 392, Center, Texas 

Huggins, William Frank, 1V(*). 1619 Laurel, Napa, Calif. 

Huie, Sherman, 1 Box 156, Eden, Texas 

Hulburd, Merritt, 2 15th & Spruce, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Hunt, Marjorie, 2 ...Box 403, Anqleton, Texas 

Hunt, Shirley Mae, 1 Rt. 1, Harlingen, Texas 

Hunt, Van B, 1 Box 1210, Conroe, Texas 

Hunt, Albert, 1 J3ox 12, Gregory 

Huston, Jack Harold, 1 900 S. Main, Henderson 

Hutchinson, Eugene 4(*) Box 306, Thorndale, Texas 

Hyde, Charlotte Fay, 1.. '. Box 399, Silsbee, Texas 

Isbell, Margaret Ann, 4..... 302 S. Denton, Gainesville 



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Jackson, Olive Lee, 3. 718 E. Pierce, Harlmgen 

James, Barbara, 1 811 Elizabeth, Corpus Chnsti 

James, Robert Blair, 2V 811 Elizabeth, Corpus Christi 

Jamison, Sara Joan, 4 Box 688, Ravmondville 

Jefferson, Joseph W., 1V(*) 2757 Chichester Rd„ Chester, Pa. 

Jefferson, William H„ 1V(*) 2757 Chichester, Chester, Pa. 

Jennings, Joe, 1 215 College, San Antonio 

Jentsch, Donald George, 3V(*) Pharr, Texas- 
Johnson, Ross, IV s „ B "™ et ' T o eX u S 

Joiner, Lemuel H., 1V(*) Box 674, San Saba 

Jonas, James Robert, 3. Box 416, Van, Texas 

Jones, Lloyd Wayne, 1V(*) Box 96, West Columbia 

Jones, Max, 4V(*).... 204 3rd, N.E., Childress 

Jordan, Jo Ann, 2(*) 2333 St. Anthony, San Antonio 

Kaderka, Jerry Louis, 2V(*) Box 201, Granger, Texas 

Kazmeier, Mayme Hazle, 1 Box 791, Bryan, Texas 

Kelley, Victor H., 1 1128 Algrogg, Houston 

Kenley, T. Glenn, 3V(*) 817 Cottonwood, Coleman 

Kennedy, Billy Wayne, 2V(*). 408 N. Canal, Carlsbad, N. Mex. 

Kern Jane, 2 407 W. Palestine, Palestine 

Keye's Wm. Harvey, lV(*j 620 Spaulding, San Angelo 

Kidd, Mary Ruth, 1 3711 Rice, Houston, Texas 

Kiker, Orbie Ray, 2V(*) Box 381, Rotan, Texas 

Kilbourn, Herschel Glen, 1V(*) Box 1002, Raymondville 

Kilpatrick, H. W., 4V(*) Georgetown, Texas 

Kimbro, Billy A., 1V(*).... Box 706, Conroe, Texas 

King, Betty Virginia, 1 Box 150, Smithville, Texas 

King, Floyd D., 2V.. 914 Timber, Georgetown 

Kirby, Marie Yvonne, 2 1566 Emile, Beaumont 

Kirby, Frank Murchison, 1 -..131 W. Fair Oaks, San Antonio 

Kirk, Robert Adam, 2 708 N. 3rd, Lamesa, Texas 

Kirkscey, Tom D„ 3 215 Box, Lott, Texas 

Kirsch, Barbara, 2 718 East 29th, Houston 

Knauth, Lee Roy, IV Box 175, Florence 

Koch, Robert, 3(*) Box 96, Granger, Texas 

Koenig, Stanley H., IV 322 Capps, Marlm 

Kopecky, Daniel F., 1V(*) , Rt. 2, Granger, Texas 

Kowalski, Suzanne, 2 Box 1226, Kingsville, Texas 

Kraemer, Andrew F„ 3V(*) Rt. 2, Box 39, Burton 

Kreger, Dick, IV Box 201, Sweeny, Texas 

Krentel, Amy Elizabeth, 3 803 Walnut, Georgetown 

Lackey, Jim Frank, 1V(*) 312 W. 10, Georgetown 

Lacy Betty, 1 1314 Market, Galveston 

Lampert, Harry David, 4V(*j .-- Rt. 2, Lorena, Texas 

Landers, Louise, 2 411 E. Cincinnatti, San Antonio 

Landrum, Lawrence, 1 Box 899, Galveston 

Lane, Robert L., 1V(*) Box 67, Georgetown 

Lane Sue 4 Box 1572, Longview 

Lane', William E., 2V(*j 102 W. 12th, Mt. Pleasant 

Lang, Betty Jane, 1 3705 Ave. MV 2 , Galveston 

Langton, George E., 2V(*) 1003 Church, Georgetown 

Laws, Marjorie Beatrice, 1 109 E. Polk, Lufkm, Texas 

Leak, William H., IV ., 2 Sheppard PL, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Leatherwood, Harold David, 2V(*) -Box 52, West Columbia 

Leazar, Marshall Allan, 1 209 S. Elk, Fredericksburg 

Lee Billy Miles 1 303 N. College, Georgetown 

Lee', Mary Ann! 2V>) 305 E. 8th, Georgetown 

Lee Oliver J 1V(*) 305 E. 8th, Georgetown 

Leeson, John Thomas III, 1 2441 S. 11th, Abilene 

Leeves, Jerry, 1 Box 337, Naples, Texas 

Leifeste, Lamar, lV(*j : Llano, Texas 

Lenox, Olice Asbury, 3(*) 1620 W. 7th, Texarkana 

Leon, Barbara Carol, 2 2605 29th, Lubbock 

Lewis, Jimmie Anfosso, 1 —Box 285, Luhng 

Levay, John Allan, IV 23 Madison, Annapolis, Md. 

Liese, Milton George, IV Rt. 1, Box 180, Georgetown 

Ligon, Walter Jay, IV Box 633 Llano 

Lind, Enoch R„ IV Box 151 Elgin 

Lindenberg, Kurt H., 4V(*) Box 87, Fredericksburg 

Lindsay, Charles R„ 1V(*) Granger Texas 

Lipps, Billye Lynn, 4 402 N. Adams, Beeville 

Little, Dorothy Jane, 4 Box 107, San Saba 

Lockey, Edwin Morris, 1V(*) 514 E. Angelina, Palestine 



Loggins, Billy Gene, IV Rt. 2, Marlin, Texas 

Longoria, Linda Temple, 1 1336 W. Elizabeth, Brownsville 

Lord, Betty Owen, 3(*) Box 42, Beaumont, Texas 

Lott, Eugene H., PG(*) 819 S. 41st, Temple 

Love, Wm. Sydney, 1 1105 Broadway, Galveston 

Lovett, Birdie Louise, 1 524 Redan, Houston 

Loykasek, Roselee, 3 Box 97, Granger, Texas 

Lundgren, Edwin Oscar, IV Box 495, Elgin 

Lundquist, C. Richard, 1 201 E. 17th, Georgetown 

Lutonsky, Roy W., 1 Box 611, Taylor 

Lynch, Richard Charles, 3 Hondo, Texas 

Lynn, Frank O., 1V(*) Rt. 2, Floresville, Texas 

McBride, Wini Sue, 2 Box 751, Fredericksburg 

McClish, John Calvin, Jr., 4V(*) Marble Falls, Texas 

McClure, Stanton, 4V(*) 1605 Waterson, Austin 

McCoin, Jean Abbott, 1 702 N. 22nd, Waco, Texas 

McCollough, Jimmy, 2V(*) 916 E. Franklin, Hillsboro 

McCormick, Charles A., 2V(*) Florence, Texas 

McCorquedale, James Oran, 4V(*) Box 68, Conroe 

McCune, Ernest Alan, IV -516 Colquitt, Houston 

McDaniel, Georgia, 2..... 1627 Castle Court, Houston 

McDonald, Harold G, 1.. Rt. 2, Lometa, Texas 

McDonald, Harvey J., 2V(*) Box 565, Georgetown 

McDonald, William Martin, IV 1006 Franklin, Hillsboro 

McDurmitt, Jack Clifton, IV 621 Preusser, San Angelo 

McFarland, Edward T„ 4V(*) -502 Ward, Lufkin 

McGee, M. Harper, 1 1518 Stillman, Corpus Christi 

McGinnis, Wilmer O., 2V Box 35, Porters, Texas 

McGraw, L E., 4V(*) 2229 14th, Port Arthur 

McGuire, Bobbye Nan, 2 316 W. 7th, Mt. Pleasant 

Mclntyre, Thomas Russell, IV Navasota, Texas 

McKinney, Clyde Ellison. IV Box 141, Sweeny 

McKivett, Betty, 4 2215 Arbor, Houston 

McLean, Ruelene, 1. 908 University, Georgetown 

McLennan, Nita Lou, 1 Box 5, Cayuga, Texas 

McLure, Dorothy Marie, 1 5150 Willis, Dallas 

McMahon, Frances Jo, 1 Box 582, San Antonio 

McMillen, Charles Edward, 2V Box 1192, Gladewater, Texas 

McNallen, Dale Patrick, 2V(*) Box 245, Breckenridge 

McNeely, John Ferman, 2V(*) 106 W. Lakeview, Henderson 

McNeely, John Vernon, IN 1704 Hatcher, Dallas 

McQuillen, William J., 1V(*) Box 373, Yoakum 

MacAllister, Howard Lewis, 3V(*) Box 232, Jarrell 

Mack, Harry Francis, IV 1324 Madeline PL, Ft. Worth 

Mackenzie, Nancy Lee, 1 .....2211 Watts, Houston 

Mackey, Patricia Anne, 3 -810 West 30V,, Austin 

Maddoux, Howard Westley, 1 Box 31, Eden 

Magruder, Charles William, 2V Box 705, Mexia 

Manley, John J., 1V(*) Box 35, Bertram 

Mann, William O., 1V(*) 1208 S. Bridge, Brady 

Manning, Philip Arlen, 1 Bonner Park, Rusk 

Marshall, Bill Jack, 3 Rt. 1, Box 88, Brady 

Martindale, Sue, 1 340 College, Jasper 

Martinets, Frank Ernest, 1V(*) Box 297, Granger 

Mason, Bettye Jo, 4 Box 26, Alice 

Mason, Robert Harrell, 1V(*) Burnet, Texas 

Massey, Harold Elzworth, 4V(*).. Dumont, Texas 

Massey, James Frederick, 2 Rt. 1, Jarrell, Texas 

Massey, R. J., IV Rt- 1, Jarrell, Texas 

Matlock, Mary Julia, 2 .717 W. Washington, San Angelo 

Mattern, Diane Eleanor, 1 518 Cliff Dr., Austin 

Matthews, Kenneth C, IV 5916 Lake, Houston 

Matthews, Leland Y„ 4V(*) Box 894, Alomo, Texas 

Maurice, Robert Lewis, 1V(-*)... U.S.O., Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

May, Quindell Edward, 1V(*) Kerens, Texas 

May, Warren Rollen, 1V(*) Rt- 5, Box 512A, Waco 

Mayes, Fred C, 1V(*) 504 E. 12th, Georgetown 

Mays, Weldon Dallas, 2V(*) Box 52, Texarkana 

Mays, William Eldon, 2V(*) Box 52, Texarkana 

Means, Frank Lacland, 4V 606 Avant, San Antonio 

Medley, Gwyndolyn, 1 9 E. 17th, San Angelo 

Medley, Harold David, 3V S.U. Sta, Georgetown 

Meitzen, Jo Lou, 2. Box 475, Dickinson, Texas 



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Mendenhall, Mildred, 2 911 Walnut, Georgetown 

Merchant, Walter Mayfield, 4V(*) Rt. 1, Weinert, Texas 

Meredith, Lawrence, 2 6114 Paco Pinto, Dallas 

Meyer, Douglas Eugene, 2 4327 Harby, Houston 

Michael, George H., IV 910 Woodland, Houston 

Miles, Tommy Lee, PG Rt. 1, Box 590, Mexia, Texas 

Millholin, Rosemary 5(*) 612 College, Georgetown 

Mill, Virginia Lee, 2 Box 244, Eagle Lake 

Miller, Miltone, 1V(*) 1108 Speegle, Taylor 

Millholin, Rosemary 5(*) 612 College, Georgetown 

Miner, Frances Orinne, 2 5529 Byers, Ft. Worth 

Minnox, Jack, 2V Box 182, Holland 

Moegle, Paul Walter, IV..,. 210 W. 6th, Taylor 

Monkhouse, Charles Hindes, IV Box 341, Hondo, Texas 

Moon, Richard B., 3V(*) Oakwood, Texas 

Moore, Allen Joe, 3 2016 Morrow, Waco, Texas 

Moore, Donna M., 4 206 E. 12, Georgetown 

Moore, Joe D., 1V(*) 1709 Carl, Ft. Worth 

Moore, Zack, 4V Rt. 1, Box 31, Georgetown 

Morris, Joyce Murline, 2 4208 Crawford, Houston 

Morris, Patsy Earl, 2 Box 233, Bastrop, Texas 

Morris, Rosemary, 1 114 Jewel, Longview 

Morris, Shirley, 1 405 N. Hasurell, Bryan 

Morton, Emory Baker, 2 Box 3025, May, Texas 

Moscona, Nissim, 1 R. de Terreros 303 dep. 3, Mexico City 

Moses, J. Roy, 2 Box 596, Sinton, Texas 

Motsch, Sherrill, 3(*) Box 622, Eagle Pass 

Munden, Horace Edward, 4V(*) 2520 Edgewood, Ft. Worth 

Munson, James R., 3V(*) Rt. 3, Box 6, Georgetown 

Munson, Shirley Marie, 1 Box 85, Georgetown 

Murphy, Joveda, 3 Box 242, Pelly, Texas 

Muske, Vivian Jeanne, 1 502 S. DeLeon, Victoria 

Mussil, Theodore Frank, 1V(*) Box 371, Granger, Texas 

Mutschink, Dorothy Lee, 3 Box 356, Giddings, Texas 

Nagel, Herman Kyle, 1...., Box 807, Edna, Texas 

Naugle, Betty Jean, 1 Rt. 9, Box 31, Saainaw, Texas 

Nelson, Bernice C, 4 Box 425, Cleburne 

Neuman, Richard John, 3V(*) 1500 Jenkins St., Maryville, Kans. 

Nixon, Charles H., Jr., 1V(*) 16 W. 10th, Shawnee, Okla. 

Nolan, Mayezola Evalyn, 3 Ingleside, Texas 

Norton, John Joseph, 2 Box 7278, Houston 

Northway, William Harvey, 3V(*).. V 220 E. Craig, San Antonio 

Norwood, John Martin, 1 Box 573, Carizo Springs 

Oglesby, Robert L., 3 200 Craig St., Hillsboro 

O'Hara, Jim E., 1V(*) 4633 Pershing, Ft. Worth 

Oliphint, Marjorie Elizabeth, 1 Box 221, Huntsville 

Oliphant, Max, 3V(*) Box 215, Italy, Texas 

O'Neill, Peggy Joyce, 1 110 W. 16th, Georgetown 

Orr, Frank P., 2 West Columbia, Texas 

Owens, Mary Alyce, 1 George West, Texas 

O'Neal, Charles Freeman, 1V(*) 1107 S. 11th, Temple 

Pack, William T., 2V(*) Box 425, West Columbia 

Pagel, Warren Kenneth, 1 605 N. Water, Gonzales 

Palm, Jeanine, 1 326 E. Craig, San Antonio 

Palmer, Martha Ann, 3 Box 117, Georgetown 

Palmer, Mary Virginia, 4 106 E. 6th, Georgetown 

Parkin, Helen Patricia, 1 4107 Emory St., Houston 

Parks, James Edward, 1 Rosebud, Texas 

Parmlee, Stallings Dan, 1V(*) 539 W. 17th, Houston 

Parr, Annie Maude, 1 503 E. 30, Bryan, Texas 

Parr, Charles Albert, 3V(*) Box 217, Handley, Texas 

Partlow, Charles Henry 2V(*) Rt. 3, Georgetown 

Pate, Robert Jackson, 2 Woodville, Texas 

Patrick, Caroline Birdwell, 4(*) 2395 Gladys, Beaumont 

Patrick, Jeanne, 1 1411 College St., Georgetown 

Patrick, John M. 5V(*) S.U. Sta., Georgetown 

Patrick, Thomas Marion, IV 1411 College, Georgetown 

Patterson, Dean W., IN Val Verde Rd., Donna 

Patterson, Sue, 1 1702 Elm St., Georgetown 

Pavlas, Albert Joe, 2V(') 203 Washburn, Taylor 

Peavey, Robert M., 1V(*) 2422 Roanoke, Dallas 

Peebles, Gloria Mae, 1 2602 Harrison, Beaumont 

Peeler, Ben, 1V(*) 514 S. Marlborough, Dallas 



Pennington, Stanley, 3V(*) Rt. 1, Box 13, Georgetown 

Perkins, Bobbie Fern, 3 Lampasas, Texas 

Perry, Virginia Lee, 1 307 E. Jackson, Harlingen 

Peterson, Althea, 1 3307 Broadway, Houston 

Peterson, Calvin Arthur, 4 Box 57, Schulenburg 

Peterson, Robert Dyer, 3 814 4th Ave. N., Texas City 

Petrie, Harry Ernest, 1V(*) Cedar Lake, Indiana 

Phillips, Basil A., 2V(*) 1257 Main, Georgetown 

Phillips, Margaret Annette, 4 San Augustine, Texas 

Pickel, Ann, 2 1602 Homan, Houston, Texas 

Pickle, Frank P., 4V(*) 405 E. 10th, Georgetown 

Pieper, Ben Walter, 1V(*) 1118 Odean Dr., Dallas 

Piland, Charles H., 1 1734 W. Mistletoe, San Antonio 

Piper, Johnny, 1V(*) Gen. Del., Burnet, Texas 

Pitcock, Louis, 4V(*) Box 25, Graham, Texas 

Pitts, Sam Stanford, 4(*) 921 Thompson, Conroe 

Piatt, John Wesley, 1V{*) 1610 Elm, Georgetown 

Pool, George Washington, 2 .5806 Velasco, Dallas 

Porter, Joyce, 4 Mathis, Texas 

Porter, Robert B., 4V(*) Drawer 13, Fabens 

Post, Kirby Marion, 3V 1418 Glenwood Blvd., Taylor 

Pridgeon, Jolly Collins, 2V(*) Box 66, San Saba 

Priest, Ernest Elton, 4V(*) 1002 Ash, Georgetown 

Priest, Henrv Odell, 1V(*) 1002 Ash, Georgetown 

Priest, Noel Ray, IV 1002 Ash, Georgetown 

Prigmore, George Taylor, 1 1002 Chambers, Cleburne 

Pry, Guy E., 1 Box 355, Anahuac, Texas 

Puckett, Julia Ruth, 3(*) Rt. 1, Box 62, Mineola 

Pye, Allen Edward, 2V 3200 Altura, El Paso 

Pyle, Roy Edwin, 1V(*) Box 334, Tomball, Texas 

Rader, William Paul, 1 1415 College, Georgetown 

Ragsdale, Oleta, 3 Box 358, San Saba 

Rainey, Gilbert Lester, 2V(*) Rt. 1, Patoka, Ind. 

Rainwater, Rex Edward, 2 Box 16, Calvert, Texas 

Rainwater, Wayne L., IV Box 16, Calvert, Texas 

Ramey, Ernest, 3V(*) Mohawk, Georgetown 

Ramey, James Melton, 3 Georgetown 

Ransleben, Vincent Albert, 3V(*) 319 E. Main, Fredericksburg 

Reed, Don Cameron, 3 Lexington, Texas 

Reed, Frances Helen, 1 .112 W. -Broadway, Pasadena 

Reed, Roberta Elizabeth, 1 Rt. 2, Box 205, Holland 

Reeves, Billy W„ 4V(*) 830 E. California, Gainesville 

Reeves, Mae Yvonne, 2 Box D.D., San Augustine 

Renfroe, Thomas Wilson, 4V(*) Box 346, Mt. Pleasant 

Reta, Felix, 1V(*) Rt. 1, Box 86, Taylor 

Reyes, Reuben, 1(*) Box 571, Crystal City 

Reynolds, Harold Whitfield, 1V(*) Rt. 1, Box 250, McAllen 

Reynolds, Thelma Jeanne, 2(*) Rt. 1, Box 116, Mission 

Rhodes, Joyce, 3 807 College, Georgetown 

Richards, Naida, 4 Paducah, Texas 

Richardson, Perry Dean, 2 301 W. 24th, Houston 

Riemenschneider, Henry Edmund, IV Ill Price, Yoakum 

Rinn, Thomas Monroe, 3V(*) 904 Edgar, Yoakum 

Ritchie, James Bradford, 2 _ 4804 Sherman, Galveston 

Rives, Tommy Gene, 4 Weslaco, Texas 

Rivet, Bettye, 2 1308 Live Oak, Beaumont 

Rivet, Homer G, 3V(*) 1308 Live Oak, Beaumont 

Robberson, Rudolph Timothy, 1V(*) ...1526 S. Beckley, Dallas 

Roberts, Sidney, 1(*) Crowford, Texas 

Robertson, Travis Virginia, 3 5037 6th, Port Arthur 

Robinson, Billy G, 1V(*) 522 E. 3rd, Mt. Pleasant 

Roesler, Don Ramsay, 2V 413 Angelo Dr., Corpus Christi 

Rogers, Margie, 2 1506 Elm, Georgetown 

Rogers, Mildred, 3 1506 Elm, Georgetown 

Rondeaux, Martha Louise, 2 909 N. Cedar, Palestine 

Rosenblad, Ben, 3V(*) Rt. T, Taylor, Texas 

Rosene, Pauline Louise, 3 Rt. 3, Box 35, Georgetown 

Ross, George W., 2 Rt. 1, Jacksonville 

Ross, Mary Kathryn, 3 2319 Calumet, Houston 

Rouser, James D., 1V(*) Box 546, Georgetown 

Rowe, James Grant, 1 418 N. 17th, McAllen 

Runk, Charles Ernst, 1 515 4th, Alice, Texas 

Rupp, Margaret, 1 Falfurrias, Texas 



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Rushing, Lige Burroughs, 2 Box 28, Woodville 

Russell, James C, 1 936 W. Summit, San Antonio 

Ruthstrom, Walter Edwin, ZV(*).... -6702 Japonice, Houston 

Ryan A. Eileen, 4 ..Rt. 42, Box 1040, El Paso 

Saline, Charles, 1V(*) Box 2079, Brownsville 

Salyer Jack W 1 Brownwood Hotel, Brownwood 

Scarbrough, James Ray, 1V(*J 720 E. 12th, Houston 

Scheef, Walter Samuel, 2V(*) ...4911 Lillian St., Houston 

Scherer, Bernice Anita, 1 .206 N. Crockett, Fredericksburg 

Schmidt, Evelyn Faye, 2.. Box 331, Crosby, Texas 

Schneider, Gladys Marie, 2V(*) Box 27, Giddings, Texas 

Schmtz, Lewes Beakley, 1 Rt. Box 276, Nixon, Texas 

Schultz, Fannie Iona, 1 Box 577, Boerne 

Schulze, Fritz Henry, 2V(*).~. Rt- 5, Brenham, Texas 

Schwarzer, Bessie Lee, 1 406 W. 35, Austin, Texas 

Scoggins, Harold Grant, PGV(*) Box 309, S.U., Georgetown 

Scott, Bennett Norton, IV Whitney, Texas 

Scott, Hilton, 2(*). ---Rt 2, Taylor, Texas 

Seale, Everett Young, 2V(*) 106 W. White Ave., San Antonio 

Sehlke, Clarence Carl, 1V(*) 414 Botts, Brenham 

Self, William David, 1V(*).. 102 N. Eastwood, Hearne 

Selkirk, Cora Ellen, 1 -517 N. Whitaker, Odessa 

Selvey, Harold E., 1V(*) Decatur, Ark. 

Sexton, Ednanne, 4 2157 Troon, Houston 

Seybold, Betty Ann, 3 1612 W. Ave. H, Temple 

Shaw, Charles C, 3V(*) 2617 37th, Galveston 

Shaw, David Arthur, 3V Box 486, Lovmgton, N. Mex. 

Shelley, J. Charles, 1 Rogers, Texas 

Sheppard, Henry Fassett, 1V(*).. 510 Terrell, Cuero 

Sherman, Krttie Lee, 2V(*) Rt- 2, Box 27, Leander 

Shipp, Stelloise, 3 - - Liberty Hill, Texas 

Shires J D 1V(*) Famous Waffle Shop, Brady 

Simmons, Robert G, IV. Box 609, Taylor 

Sisserson, C. H, Jr., 4V(*) 305 S. Mam, Weatherford 

Sisserson, Kenneth Lane, 3... Box 155, Weatherford 

Sivells, Howard Dean, 1 1606 Austin, Georgetown 

Skelton, Barbara Gail, 1 1933 Portsmouth, Houston 

Slocomb, Richard Samuel, 2V(*)... Cameron, Texas 

Smith, Camille, 1 - - 400 E. Joslyn St., Gurdon, Ark. 

Smith, Elizabeth Gene, 1 1704 3rd, Bay City 

Smith, George Ann, 1 520 Lake Drive, Taylor 

Smith, George Francis, 5V(*) : Box 3, S.U., Georgetown 

Smith, Gladys Inez, 1 - Hargill, Texas 

Smith Guy Douglas, 4V(*) 6011 E. Hopkins, Mexia 

Smith, Harriett H, PG(*) - Box 3, S.U., Georgetown 

Smith, Kate Marion, 1 Box 288, Livingston 

Smith, Lauralee, 4. 2421 Morse, Houston 

Smith, Patricia Ruth, 1 Box 185, Wallace, Idaho 

Smith, Richard Russell, 5V(*) - Box 28, Salado, Texas 

Smith, Shelley Vance, 1 - Rt- 4, Box 86, Georgetown 

Sneed, Madelon J., 1V(*) 162 Hannum Ave., Rossford, Ohio 

Sneed Mary Elizabeth, 4 --Box 168, Galena Park, Texas 

Snipes, Jack Clinton, 1V(*) 308 Cedar, San Antonio 

Snoddy, Louis A., IV 3210 Jiron, Beaumont 

Snodgrass, McCutchon, 3V Rt. 3, Coleman, Texas 

Snowden, Carroll Warren, 1V(*) Rt- 3 , Elgin 

Sorensen, Richard Ward, 2N„ Box 112, Delmar, Iowa 

Spann, Edwin Russell, 2 1137 W. Ashby, San Antonio 

Spann, Harold G„ 2 Rt. 1, Box 164, Gladewater 

Spellman, Louis, 4V(*) - 206 E. Mountain, Seguin 

Spellman, Norman Woods, 2 -206 E. Mountain, Seguin 

Spilman, Oliver P., 1V(*) 2102 McGowen, Houston 

Stanley, Warren G, 1V(*) - ..Cullomburg Ala. 

Stansell, Joe Wade, IV -Box 402 Killeen, Texas 

Stapp, G. James, IV - Florence, Texas 

Starry Ed 4V(*) Yoakum, Texas 

Steel, Helen Jean, 1 : -5009 Woodrow Galveston 

Stephenson, Charles M., 3V(*) -Box 667, Mt. Pleasant 

Stevens, Dan K,2V(*). -Box 33 Danciger, Texas 

Stevic, William Wayne, 4V(*) -Box 1, Marsha vile, Ohio 

Stevic, Charles Edwin, 2V(*). Box 1, Marshallville Ohio 

Stewart, Mary Sue, 1.. Box 178, Raymondville, Texas 

Stewart, Susie Guye, 3 Box 21, Geneva, Texas 

Stone, Frances Mary, 2 5631 Richmond Dallas 

Stonecipher, Donald L. IV. 8132 Howard, Houston 

Storms, William Gale, 1V(*) Dishman, Washington 

Strasburger, Winfrey Anne, 4 15 W. French Temple 

Stratton, Sumner Gerald, 3V 140 Court, Plymouth Mass. 

Sturman, Joan Dell, 1...' 201 Corona, San Antonio 

Swenson. Clyde H, 1V(*) 2006 Main, Georgetown 

Switzer, David Karl, 4V(*) 2385 Victoria, Beaumont 

Switzer, Fred Smith, 1V(*) Box 190, Cuero, Texas 

Switzer, Virginia Ann, 3 '. Box 190, Cuero, Texas 

Syler Helen 1 1305 Delaware, Beaumont 

Tausend, Ralph Charles, 2V(*) ... 1102 Algreat, Houston 

Taylor, Bena Ray, 3 Box 138, Junction 

Taylor, Harry L„ 2V(*) Rt- 5 , Georgetown 

Taylor, Vernon (Jack), 2 203 E. Jackson, El Campo 

Tegart, Patricia, 4 ... - 329 Soaulding, San Angelo 
Tegge, Fred Stanley, 2V(*) Box 120, Schwertner, Texas 



Tharp, Barbara Lee, 2(*) 5842 Vickery, Dallas 

Thielemann, Fritz Leroy, IV(*) ... .., 909 W. 5th, Taylor 

Thomas, James Gary, 2V(*) Box 488, Anderson, Texas 

Thompson, Ira Lloyd, IN Box 441, Cotulla, Texas 

Tighe, Charles, IV 2117 University, Houston 

Tippett, Laura Janice, 3 2230 10th, Port Arthur 

Tower, John Goodwin, 3V(*) ... 1312 10th, Wichita Falls 

Towler, Daphna, 4 Box 269, Goose Creek 

Towler, O. K., 4V(*) Box 269, Goose Creek 

Townsend, Giles Mayes, IV Box 2, Liberty Hill 

Tracy, Julius Aaron, 1 6214 Goston, Apt. 108, Dallas 

Treuthardt, John Louis, 1 912 Forest St., Georgetown 

Trout, Ethel Belle, 1 121 11th, Texas. City 

Tucker, Mary Alice, 2 North Heights, Nacogdoches 

Turner, Carey Jane, l! 130 E. Sarah, Cuero 

Tvson, Billie Ruth, 4 Box 576, Rosebud 

Ulrey, John D., 4V (*) 408 Aylford, Biq Spring 

Utley, John Herbert, 1V(*) 56 Main, Hiahland Falls, N. Y. 

Van Orden, Stuart Copeland, 3V(*) ....418 State, Albion, N. Y. 

Vaughn, Ella Frances, 2 2316 Ave. G, Bay City 

Venable, LaHoma, 1 ...Box 395, Angleton, Texas 

Vern, Myriam Anne, 1.. 1911 Hazard, Houston 

Vernon, William Franklin, 2 Merkel, Texas 

Waddell, Ouida, 2... Rt. 1, Box 67, Hempstead 

Wegener, James H., 1V(*) - Nixon, Texas 

Wagener, Rosemary, 4(*) .....Box 36, Nixon, Texas 

Waits, Caron Richard, 2 -303 Bailey Ave., San Antonio 

Wakefield, Jamie Sue, 1 710 E. 27th, Bryan, Texas 

Walcher, Floyd John, 2V 1126 Alqregg, Houston 

Wales, Sidney Ann, 2 606 Funston PL, San Antonio 

Walker, Robert Earl, 2V(*) 6713 Brompton, Houston 

Wallace, Linda Marie, 3 200 N.W. 20th, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Wallace, Ralph R., 1 -235 Santa Fe, Houston 

Wallace, Wm. Harrison, 4V(*) - Holland, Texas 

Walsh, William C, 1V(*) Round Rock, Texas 

Walton, Durward Grady, 1V(*) .... Box 1288, Blanco, Texas 

Walton, John Wesley, 1V(*) -,: Box 1288, Blanco, Texas 

Ward, Barbara Elizabeth, 1 Box 5, San Saba, Texas 

Ward, Joycelyn Claudia, 4 Box 5, San Saba, Texas 

Warnock, Mary Flo, 2 300 Rio, Fort Stockton 

Warren, Avard Cawood, 1V(*) Rt. 1, Salado, Texas 

Watson, Betty Jean, 4 Box 353, Fredericksburg 

Webb, Mary Lynn, 1... ...... .Box 70, Elgin 

Webernick, N. E., 4V(*) 1006 Ash Georgetown 

Weiss, Benjamin F. L„ 3 Box 86, Goldwaithe Texas 

Welborn, Jackie Wiley, 2 502 S. Magnolia, Palestine 

Wells, James A., 2 --■ ...........itoscoe, Texas 

Wendt, Vivian Marie, 2 -Box 242, Logansport La. 

Whitfield, Betty, 3 - B <f 2J2, R^°" dvi e 

Whitley, Floyd, 1 -1202 S. 35th, Temple 

Widmer, Herschel Otis, 1 Rt. 3, Box 12, Georgetown 

Wiemets, William Richard, 1 .....Rt. 4, Box 103, Fredericksburg 

Wiese, Ola Mae, 3 Box 243, Lissie, Texas 

Wilcox, Mary E„ PG(*) 1202 E. 12th, Georgetown 

Wilcox Robert Patterson, 3 Box 387, Eagle Lake, Texas 

Wilkerson, Haney Lamar, 3 926 Ashland Houston 

Wilkerson, Peggy Elaine, 1 2512 Enfield, Austin 

Wilkinson, Curtis Raymond, 4V Box 206, Olton, Texas 

Wilkinson, George M., 1V(*) 1007 14th, Corpus Christi 

Williams, Martha Jane, 3... Box 588, Alvin, Texas 

Williams, Richard Earl, 1 1105 E. 17th, Cameron 

Williford, Carl Ed., 3V(*) Box 141, Fairfield, Texas 

Willman, Etta Marie, 4 Box 22, Art Texas 

Wilson, Barbara Jo, 1 -- .-.Rt, 1. Box 34, Quail 

Wilson, Bettye Jean, 3 - Box 992, Bay City, Texas 

Wilson, ffiliry C, 1V(*) -Round Rock, Texas 

Wilson, James Kendnck, IN Box 992, Bay City, Texas 

Wilson, Jessie Elyse, 2 .. -337 Rivercrest, Ft Worth 

Wilson, Robert Bruce, IV(*) Box 442, Burnett, Texas 

Wilson, Yvonne, 1. - Box 252 SJsbee Texas 

Wingert, Gloria Jean, 3 - - ^-l*? 3 ..**' McA Jf n 

Winslow, Grover C, 2V(*) Box 34 CuUomberg, Ala. 

Wise, Mary Kay, 5(*).„ ^7 3rd, Corpus Christi 

Withers, Lee, 3 1801 Main, Georgetown 

Wommack, Mitchell Campbell, 1V(*) ...814 S. Sycamore, Palestine 

Wood Eugene Francis, IV 319 Marne, San Antonio 

Wood, Joan, 1 - 1604 Main, Georgetown 

Wood Wilbur Russell, 2V 1315 Highland, San Antonio 

Woodruff, Virginia, 4 611 Andrew, Gatesville 

Woolls, Grace, 2 : Box 496, Hondo, Texas 

Wooten, Sam A., 1V(*) -.702 E 10th, Brady 

Wyatt, Richard T„ 2V(*) Box 262, Rockdale 

Yeaman, John Francis, 2. "^{TTm 1° 

York, Carolyn Ann, 4.. - .60 Holland, Navasota 

Young, Howard Ennix, PGV(*).... 605 N Ave. E, Olney 

Young, Ruth, 2 ...... -Box 2 26, Georgetown 

Zaccana, Attilio, IV.... 181 Davis Oakville, Conn. 

Zachary, Donald R., 2N — 1001 N.W. 8th, Oklahoma City Okla. 

Zink, Joseph Troup, 4V(*)..— .1973 Hopper, El Paso 

Zimmerman, Billy Fariss, IV...... Box 669, Burnet, Texas 



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